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osu9400

I have noticed that several posts only appear in the web based version of
these forums and not in the NNTP client. I have posted messages from my NNTP
client (WLM Beta) that only show up on the web. In fact, I posted the same
thing multiple times thinking it was just disappearing somewhere -- so my
post showed up several times. The problem seems to be the "Community
support" feature in WLM. If you use this, turn it off.
 

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Sunshine

Testing: I have Community support feature on, and I use the new WLMail
beta...let's see if this turns up on both ;)

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"osu9400" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]

> I have noticed that several posts only appear in the web based version of
> these forums and not in the NNTP client. I have posted messages from my
> NNTP client (WLM Beta) that only show up on the web. In fact, I posted the
> same thing multiple times thinking it was just disappearing somewhere --
> so my post showed up several times. The problem seems to be the "Community
> support" feature in WLM. If you use this, turn it off.
>
>
>
 

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Sunshine

Test 2: This is with Newsgroup Community support of in WLMail beta

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http://SunshineWeb.org

"osu9400" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]

> I have noticed that several posts only appear in the web based version of
> these forums and not in the NNTP client. I have posted messages from my
> NNTP client (WLM Beta) that only show up on the web. In fact, I posted the
> same thing multiple times thinking it was just disappearing somewhere --
> so my post showed up several times. The problem seems to be the "Community
> support" feature in WLM. If you use this, turn it off.
>
>
>
 

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Sunshine

Both showed up at the same time in WLMail Beta for me...how about at your
end osu9400?

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http://SunshineWeb.org

"Sunshine" <sunsh[at]live.com> wrote in message
news:[email protected]

> Test 2: This is with Newsgroup Community support of in WLMail beta
>
> --
> Sunshine
> Windows Live Butterfly
> http://SunshineWeb.org
>
> "osu9400" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]

>> I have noticed that several posts only appear in the web based version of
>> these forums and not in the NNTP client. I have posted messages from my
>> NNTP client (WLM Beta) that only show up on the web. In fact, I posted
>> the same thing multiple times thinking it was just disappearing
>> somewhere -- so my post showed up several times. The problem seems to be
>> the "Community support" feature in WLM. If you use this, turn it off.
>>
>>
>>
 

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O

osu9400

I can see in WLM. This topic has been discussed in the WLM group and it is
sporadic.



"Sunshine" <sunsh[at]live.com> wrote in message
news:[email protected]

> Both showed up at the same time in WLMail Beta for me...how about at your
> end osu9400?
>
> --
> Sunshine
> Windows Live Butterfly
> http://SunshineWeb.org
>
> "Sunshine" <sunsh[at]live.com> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]

>> Test 2: This is with Newsgroup Community support of in WLMail beta
>>
>> --
>> Sunshine
>> Windows Live Butterfly
>> http://SunshineWeb.org
>>
>> "osu9400" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]

>>> I have noticed that several posts only appear in the web based version
>>> of these forums and not in the NNTP client. I have posted messages from
>>> my NNTP client (WLM Beta) that only show up on the web. In fact, I
>>> posted the same thing multiple times thinking it was just disappearing
>>> somewhere -- so my post showed up several times. The problem seems to
>>> be the "Community support" feature in WLM. If you use this, turn it off.
>>>
>>>
>>>
 

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John Inzer

osu9400 wrote:

> I can see in WLM. This topic has been discussed in the WLM group and
> it is sporadic.
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Try using the following server:
news.microsoft.com

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