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Da poste ich (um meinen News client auszuprobieren) in at.test
- es funktioniert auch wunderbar. :-)
Jedoch einige Minuten spater landet dann sowas in meiner mail:

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>Your article, as received here, follows:
> Path: 
> From: hackenberg@unicef.or.at (Harald Hackenberg)
> Newsgroups: at.test
> Subject: kein Test
> Date: Mon, 26 Aug 1996 13:41:24 GMT
> Organization: UNICEF
> Lines: 1
> Message-ID: <3221a970.14411634@news.atnet.at>
> Reply-To: hackenberg@unicef.or.at
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> X-Newsreader: Forte Agent .99e/32.227



Mein Frage an alle Gurus:
Was ist das, wozu ist es gut und warum wird sowas auf einer test-newsgroup 
implementiert (ich mochte doch nicht hundert Bestatigungen fur etwas so 
Banales wie: "das ist ein Test 
Harald Hackenberg                                Austrian Committee for 
communication officer                                       Info-Center
e-mail: hackenberg@unicef.or.at                           A-1130 Vienna
ph: +43-1-879 2191- 0 (fax ext: 9)            Hietzinger Hauptstra?e 55

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