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Often, when I'm trying to post a new question to (any) Discussion Group, even
though I'm already automatically signed in, I can't get this
new-question-form (the one I'm filling in here) to appear without signing out
and back in again. And although I ALWAYS click on 'save my email and
password' the system NEVER saves my password, which is very irritating. Any
suggestions, solutions, anyone?
Jun 27 '08 #1
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Often, when I'm trying to post a new question to (any) Discussion Group,
even
though I'm already automatically signed in, I can't get this
new-question-form (the one I'm filling in here) to appear without signing
out
and back in again. And although I ALWAYS click on 'save my email and
password' the system NEVER saves my password, which is very irritating.
Any
suggestions, solutions, anyone?
Use a newsgroup reader, since these are really newsgroups, not web forums.

-Darrel
Jun 27 '08 #2
Thanks for the prompt response. I'm trying to avoid filling my hard drive
with more guff from Microsoft (or anyone else, for that matter). I use
Outlook 2000 extensively, so I'm reluctant to mess about with Express as
well. Won't it create a huge overhead?
Jun 27 '08 #3
My machine at home started behaving as you reported. This started about two
weeks ago. I loaded up the Opera browser and posting works fine.

"browniebodrum" wrote:
Thanks for the prompt response. I'm trying to avoid filling my hard drive
with more guff from Microsoft (or anyone else, for that matter). I use
Outlook 2000 extensively, so I'm reluctant to mess about with Express as
well. Won't it create a huge overhead?
Jun 27 '08 #4
Thanks for the prompt response. I'm trying to avoid filling my hard drive
with more guff from Microsoft (or anyone else, for that matter).
I do not blame you. That said, Express, if used only for newsgroups, isn't
that bad of a piece of software.

You can also access newsgroups via Mozilla Thunderbird as well.

-Darrel
Jun 27 '08 #5
Hi browniebodrum,

Download Omea Pro from JetBrian! Its excellent tool for newsgroup!!
http://www.jetbrains.com/omea/

Its highly configurable so, you can create rules to free up space as you
need to.

Jigar Mehta
Thanks for the prompt response. I'm trying to avoid filling my hard
drive with more guff from Microsoft (or anyone else, for that
matter). I use Outlook 2000 extensively, so I'm reluctant to mess
about with Express as well. Won't it create a huge overhead?

Jun 27 '08 #6

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