If you're somehow attempting to reply to my comment about Xnews, you
should know that Mozilla Thunderbird, as well as Firefox both are
available as portable apps that will run off of a thumb drive. I run
both on a 2GB thumb drive on the work box 10 hours a day, 4 days a week
w/o a hitch.
Google portable apps.
currently using Thunderbird on this 2 gig stick. nice for work, ya pull
the thign out and no residual left behind for prying eyes :-) i'm using
T-bird also on a linux box as well as the xp boxes and laptop. i've
played with just about all of the newsreader apps over the years. for
solid dependable service T-bird does it for me. may stem back to my
beta testing days of netscape navigator and communicator ;) i haven't
looked but there may even be a sea monkey portable app out there also.
i currently use Pan also. like x-news (IIRC) it handles multi-part
binaries where as T-bird doesn't.
Me too... I take Newsreaders VERY personally :) I only thought
Thunderbird did mail.. Doesn't the mail portion of it bloat up the app?
I grew up with all the Unix apps... vi, edlin - so, I like thing that
look like xnews...I'll look into Pan... Thanks.
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