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Recommend me a good usenet (binaries) client



I have been using newsleecher, however it seems unstable when trying to get headers from some groups (program stops responding) does anyone have a recommendation for an alternative?

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I tried allot, i always go back to Newsleecher... Try the 5.0 beta maybe?

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^ I try the beta, but I had this problem before, but this seems to be a decent program, like you said just keep coming back to it!

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I'd like to know as well. back in the day I used Free Agent

I have thought about getting back into usenet & tried Grabit & mimo but dont really know.

Its been so long, usenet was about all there was to the internet when I messed around with them - in fact it was the first thing I was shown when someone explained the internet as "this place to get pics of naked women" !

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sabnzbd is all I use. Ever.

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sabnzbd is all I use. Ever.

This combined with SickBeard is awesome.
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