From TechSono Engineering:
Lets you quickly connect to a usenet news server, and type commands to it. This program is designed for investigating Usenet news-reader and news-server problems.
What's new in this version:
- Stores info for multiple servers, and lets you type commands to the server. Linux version too.
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