News Server no longer available

My ISP has discontinued their news server. I would like to find a new
way of having a newsgroup capability through Outlook Express that
works the same way.
I am sending this on Google groups, which is awkward.
Any help from someone technical?
Thanks,
Derek Hartzell
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Derek Hartzell
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A similar question was posted to "rec.woodworking" not long ago. The recommendation there was:
for text based news groups
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servers are supposed to be free. Users report that by using themthey did not notice an increase in the amount of spam they receive. -- Jack Novak Buffalo, NY - USA (Remove "SPAM" from email address to reply)
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Nova
I would change ISPs if it were me, after all, I pay for the service, so, it they reduce their service, either they reduce their price or go elsewhere
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moggy
Mine has not been gathering more than 2-3 posts from rec woodworking in a day lately, so maybe they got it from his ISP?
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George
Hello Derek,
I've been using Newsguy News Service for newsgroups for several years. You just read them in your browser. I use Netscape, but the Microsoft browser would work fine too. The service is about $25.00 to $35.00 per year, but I consider it worth it. All of the postings are shown for several days and it changes the color of the thread name to indicate you've read it.
I think they can be reached at .
Good luck.
Fred Holder
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Fred Holder
Thanks for this tip. I'm now back on rcw through Outlook Express. They take a couple days to get back to you, but the free price is worth it.
Derek
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Derek Hartzell
Not so technical, but if you've access to the internet, try
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get somewhat stale version of this NG's messages
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Adrien

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