Re: newsfeeds help!
I'm trying to figure out if I'm really feeding the site... where else can
I look to confirm? After many attempts, the user at the other end informed
me that they had received one article. That's it... and there's a lot of
What is the criteria for sending and when articles get sent?
I've run nntpsend and the send-nntp script and it basically starts and
stops right away. Where would I look to see if anything actually got sent?
On Fri, 6 Dec 1996, Tim Sailer wrote:
> In your email to me, Ricardo Kleemann, you wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've set up a test feed to another provider...
> > I configured my newsfeeds file like this:
> > testfeed:!*,comp.*:Tf,Wnm:feed.domain.com
> > (of course "feed.domain.com" is replaced with the FQDN of the site)
> > Anyway, when I look at the .outgoing directory, it lists all these
> > groups which are not configured in the feed.
> > Does that mean that innxmit is offering all those groups/articles even
> > though I've told it to only send the comp.* groups?
> > If so, how do I make sure that only the groups I want get sent?
> > I'm testing the feed by running the send-nntp script with the feed site
> > host name as the argument:
> > send-nntp feed.domain.com
> My first reaction is that you are seeing the results of crossposting.
> Take a look at the actual headers of the article and see.
> (work) firstname.lastname@example.org / (home) email@example.com - http://www.buoy.com/~tps
> "A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world."
> -- John le Carre'
> ** Disclaimer: My views/comments/beliefs, as strange as they are, are my own.**
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