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C++ Mailing Server Address

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Hello All :-),
i last Posted a request about the spam at google and someone told me
about PAN i install it on my PC but when i start it and the msg shows
there is no server selected .and then i write comp.lang.c++. then
again PAN demand me server address . i dont know wht is address of
the C++ newsgroup server. wht should i do for it ?.
is there anyone who can tell me about it .so plese tell me whts the
Address of c++ newsgroup server.
Thanks :-)

Andrew Smith
Apr 2 '08 #1
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Hello All :-),
i last Posted a request about the spam at google and someone told me
about PAN i install it on my PC but when i start it and the msg shows
there is no server selected .and then i write comp.lang.c++. then
again PAN demand me server address . i dont know wht is address of
the C++ newsgroup server. wht should i do for it ?.
There's no specific server, it's a distributed system (NNTP).

You need /a/ server.

Your ISP probably provides one (you could just try the name "news"), and if not,
there are both free and pay-for news servers.

is there anyone who can tell me about it .so plese tell me whts the
Address of c++ newsgroup server.
See above. But to answer that literally, for your ISP's server you could try
V:\testnslookup news

Server: ns3.eunet.no
Address: 193.75.75.75

Non-authoritative answer:
Name: news.eunet.no
Address: 216.168.3.44
Aliases: news.bluecom.no
Of course the address for /your/ ISP will be different, or non-existent
(indication that your ISP does not provide a news server: it doesn't seem that
"news.airtel.in" exists).
Cheers, & hth.,

- Alf
Apr 2 '08 #2

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