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Can someone suggest favorite GNOME newsreader for fedora22?

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Can someone suggest favorite GNOME newsreader for fedora22?
posted Sep 24, 2015 by anonymous

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Probably pan (dnf install pan) is the most popular. If you use Thunderbird, you can use it to read usenet as well:

Edit->Account Settings

Click on "Account Actions", select "Add Other Account", select "Newsgroup account", click "Next" and follow the prompts. Fairly easy. I don't use it much, but it does work.

answer Sep 24, 2015 by Ahmed Patel
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