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Old 07-09-2002, 12:33 AM   #1
hk342us
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Question Remote Usenet possibility


I have two computers--one is hooked up to a high-speed cable connection and the other is connected to a 33.6 kbps dial-up modem. Unfortunetaly, I only have access to the high-speed machine during the day. As a frequent downloader of Usenet attatchments, and since I have ample storage space on the high-speed machine, I am wondering if it is possible to tell the high-speed machine to download usenet attatchments from the low-speed machine. (For clarity's sake, I am talking about computer one sending computer two a message telling it to download a usenet attachment to computer two's hard drive). The remote usenet downloader must have yEnc decoding abilities. I realize this sounds rather complex--if anyone has any ideas please reply--I'm very interested, that is, if you can decode this message!
 
  


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