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NNTP class ?

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Does this exist in the.net framework ? I can't find it. I could find SMTP,
though.
If it doesn't, could anybody recommend a component suite that includes smtp,
pop, nntp ? But mainly, that does include nntp.

Thanks,


Nov 15 '05 #1
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Craig Kenisston wrote:
Does this exist in the.net framework ? I can't find it. I could find
SMTP, though.
If it doesn't, could anybody recommend a component suite that
includes smtp, pop, nntp ? But mainly, that does include nntp.

Thanks,


In the future, please avoid cross-posting.

There's a simple NNTP client here:
http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/nn...sp?target=nntp

- Pete
Nov 15 '05 #2

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Craig Kenisston wrote:
Does this exist in the.net framework ? I can't find it. I could find
SMTP, though.
If it doesn't, could anybody recommend a component suite that includes
smtp, pop, nntp ? But mainly, that does include nntp.


Have a look at Indy (http://www.nevrona.com/Indy/Indy.html). It's been
around for Delphi for a long time (so the code is stable) and it just got
re-compiled for .NET as well.

--
gabriel
Nov 15 '05 #3

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AirPete wrote:
In the future, please avoid cross-posting.


Why? It's much better than opsting multiple times, once to each different
group. Any reasonable news reader will correctly mark a cross-posted
article as "read" in the other groups when you read it the first time in
the first cross-posted group.

Cross-posting is a reasonable thing to do when you don't know where to ask
or the question truly applies to different groups. Additionally, replies
from other groups also show up everywhere, eliminating duplicity. In this
question, I would think it perfectly appropriate to cross-post. Things get
really annoying when people post the same thing several times to each group
though.

--
gabriel
Nov 15 '05 #4

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I agree, for the most part. There ARE times when it is appropriate, and
it is a lot better than multiple posts to different groups. Sometimes you
just don't know exactly where it fits best, and you can get a better
response posting across several related groups. Some people tend to
automatically say "don't crosspost", even before they actually read the
message to see if it is necessary or not.

"gabriel" <no@no--spam.com> wrote in message
news:34**************************@msgid.meganewsse rvers.com...
AirPete wrote:
In the future, please avoid cross-posting.
Why? It's much better than opsting multiple times, once to each different
group. Any reasonable news reader will correctly mark a cross-posted
article as "read" in the other groups when you read it the first time in
the first cross-posted group.

Cross-posting is a reasonable thing to do when you don't know where to ask
or the question truly applies to different groups. Additionally, replies
from other groups also show up everywhere, eliminating duplicity. In this
question, I would think it perfectly appropriate to cross-post. Things

get really annoying when people post the same thing several times to each group though.

--
gabriel

Nov 15 '05 #5

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"gabriel" <no@no--spam.com> wrote in message
news:34**************************@msgid.meganewsse rvers.com...
AirPete wrote:
In the future, please avoid cross-posting.
Why? It's much better than opsting multiple times, once to each
different group. Any reasonable news reader will correctly mark a
cross-posted article as "read" in the other groups when you read it
the first time in the first cross-posted group.

Cross-posting is a reasonable thing to do when you don't know where
to ask or the question truly applies to different groups.
Additionally, replies from other groups also show up everywhere,
eliminating duplicity. In this question, I would think it perfectly
appropriate to cross-post. Things get really annoying when people
post the same thing several times to each group though.

--
gabriel

Gary Morris wrote: I agree, for the most part. There ARE times when it is appropriate,
and it is a lot better than multiple posts to different groups.
Sometimes you just don't know exactly where it fits best, and you can
get a better response posting across several related groups. Some
people tend to automatically say "don't crosspost", even before they
actually read the message to see if it is necessary or not.


I probably should have put "Please don't cross post to groups unrelated to
your query".
It was posted to these:
microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.windowsforms.con trols,microsoft.public.dot
net.general,microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.csha rp
Only m.p.d.general seems really appropriate, especially not
windowsforms.controls.

- Pete
Nov 15 '05 #6

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Hi,

Thanks for your link to codeproject, that's nice.

Respecting the comments about crossposting, yes, it is annoying some times,
but do you think that one someone decide to crosspost is just because the
sky is cloudy or the dog is barking ?
In this case, and well, in other case, I always have this doubt : microsoft
don't have special groups for 3rdparty component. Borland does have them,
btw.

So, I posted to C#, because I think the most advanced programmers are there
(IMHO) and probably had the need to use a nntp class before ... again it is
IMHO.
I posted to to the "controls" groups, because, well, what the heck, where
do you post to ask about components that are not windows controls !?!?!?
Please tell me.
I mean, if "controls" groups is for visual controls, then where is the group
for non-visual controls ? or a control/component for nntp is not a control ?
I am start to getting confused here.

And latelly, I posted to "general" because I felt non of the above really
were 100% appropiate.
Thanks again for your link,
Regards,


"AirPete" <x@x.x> wrote in message
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"gabriel" <no@no--spam.com> wrote in message
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AirPete wrote:

In the future, please avoid cross-posting.

Why? It's much better than opsting multiple times, once to each
different group. Any reasonable news reader will correctly mark a
cross-posted article as "read" in the other groups when you read it
the first time in the first cross-posted group.

Cross-posting is a reasonable thing to do when you don't know where
to ask or the question truly applies to different groups.
Additionally, replies from other groups also show up everywhere,
eliminating duplicity. In this question, I would think it perfectly
appropriate to cross-post. Things get really annoying when people
post the same thing several times to each group though.

--
gabriel
Gary Morris wrote:
I agree, for the most part. There ARE times when it is appropriate,
and it is a lot better than multiple posts to different groups.
Sometimes you just don't know exactly where it fits best, and you can
get a better response posting across several related groups. Some
people tend to automatically say "don't crosspost", even before they
actually read the message to see if it is necessary or not.


I probably should have put "Please don't cross post to groups unrelated to
your query".
It was posted to these:

microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.windowsforms.con trols,microsoft.public.dot net.general,microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.csha rp
Only m.p.d.general seems really appropriate, especially not
windowsforms.controls.

- Pete

Nov 15 '05 #7

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Gabriel :

Thanks a lot !! I didn't know Indy was available for dotNet now !
Why nobody told me ? <g>
I used it in Delphi some time ago, they are great components.

Thanks,

"gabriel" <no@no--spam.com> wrote in message
news:14**************************@msgid.meganewsse rvers.com...
Craig Kenisston wrote:
Does this exist in the.net framework ? I can't find it. I could find
SMTP, though.
If it doesn't, could anybody recommend a component suite that includes
smtp, pop, nntp ? But mainly, that does include nntp.


Have a look at Indy (http://www.nevrona.com/Indy/Indy.html). It's been
around for Delphi for a long time (so the code is stable) and it just got
re-compiled for .NET as well.

--
gabriel

Nov 15 '05 #8

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Craig Kenisston wrote:
Thanks a lot !! I didn't know Indy was available for dotNet now !
Why nobody told me ? <g>
Hehe, I did not know either, but I just receive Delphi 8 (which now
compiles for .NET) so I guess it was a simple recompile for them!
I used it in Delphi some time ago, they are great components.


Yeah, they are awesome... I was very happy to hear that they came out with
a working .NET version.

--
gabriel
Nov 15 '05 #9

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"Craig Kenisston" <cr************@hotmail.com> wrote in
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Does this exist in the.net framework ? I can't find it. I could find
SMTP, though.
If it doesn't, could anybody recommend a component suite that includes
smtp, pop, nntp ? But mainly, that does include nntp.


http://www.indyproject.org/indy.html

Has SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, NNTP, and more.
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Chad Z. Hower (a.k.a. Kudzu) - http://www.hower.org/Kudzu/
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Nov 15 '05 #10

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"Craig Kenisston" <cr************@hotmail.com> wrote in news:OHnyMiD7DHA.1816
@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl:
Thanks a lot !! I didn't know Indy was available for dotNet now !
Why nobody told me ? <g>
We've been trying to spread the word. :)
I used it in Delphi some time ago, they are great components.


Thanks.
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"Programming is an art form that fights back"
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