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I'm using Pan 0.14.2, but when I open it and ask to get the new headers from the groups I subscribed to, it doesn't retrieve new headers.
It still worked yesterday.
I posted something last night and that worked, because I can see it when I head to Google Groups. I just can't see it in Pan.
You know a suitable news server that is actually free?
I'm paying my ISP to be able to use Usenet, so I'm not keen on paying a second time for that service.
If the problem is indeed related to my ISP's news server, I shall complain to them.
Last edited by merchtemeagle; 02-23-2005 at 05:48 PM.
You could have a look through http://dmoz.org/Computers/Usenet/Public_News_Servers, though my suspicion is that if you haven't changed anything else in your system, you've got plenty of disk space, and you haven't changed any permissions lately, then it's most likely due your ISP.
One last option would be to start up Pan with the --debug option, and see if anything unexpected crops up.