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Some times to debug some problems I need to ask a question on many forums/mailing lists.In such a situation I need to open browser and login to many forums at the same time.Then go and format it according to forum guidelines and then paste it.So I want to know if I can automate this process some way by some alias or command line utility and just type the question in a text file and give URLs on command line and the question gets posted to those forums where I request?
While I agree with the above comments, if you still think that asking the same question on multiple fora is either polite or productive, and if you use Firefox, you could install the iMacros extension and write a script to do what you want.