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Discussion in 'AMD Thunderbird' started by fm2766, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. fm2766

    fm2766 Guest

    For a mistake, in reading a ng with TB, I answered "no" in downloading
    new news.
    Now I need the new news, but I can't download them.
    Is there any way to recover them?
    I don't want to lose the news already discharged, because I want to read
    them "offline", as I have already set.
    Thank you all.
    fm2766, Feb 1, 2008
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  2. fm2766

    Bill Guest

    The newsgroup you are posting to is for AMD Thunderbird computer
    processors. A check on the Thunderbird mail/newsreader website might
    get you the information you want.

    Bill, Feb 1, 2008
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  3. fm2766

    Beryl Guest

    They're probably marked as being already read.
    As I recall, if you edit "some" file that tracks newsgroup posts, you'll
    have the chance to download them again.

    Something like "your_news_server_name.rc" located in the mail folder in
    your TB profile, open with a text editor, find the group name and change
    the numbers.

    For example,
    from this - alt.comp.hardware.amd.thunderbird: 1-61788
    to this - alt.comp.hardware.amd.thunderbird: 1-61250

    But I could be wrong. This is the wrong group to ask. You want
    Beryl, Feb 1, 2008
  4. fm2766

    Beryl Guest

    Ha, someone on the TB group just posted virtually the same question.

    Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2008 15:24:13 -0500
    From: Lou <>
    Newsgroups: mozilla.support.thunderbird
    Subject: Forte APN is screwed

    Look for an answer there.
    Beryl, Feb 1, 2008
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