Thanks. I just realized my mistake. I assumed that such a connection should
be Master/Slave, when it in fact should be a peer/pull definition.
Now I am proud to report that I get the "feed failed" log entry, just like
everyone else! :)
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> Regarding your news groups, try this, stop your news server and do a
> rebuild. Start it back up and go into outlook express and into the
> newsgroups and see if you can see the groups in there. Might have to
> As far as your feed problem, first let me ask if your ISP is allowing you
> to pull from it? I've tried to setup feeds myself in my area and no
> that I have found yet will allow me to pull from it. I look in the log
> and it says ACCESS DENIED. I did see a site where you can PAY$$ to pull
> from servers but they are way too pricey!! Most of them now days do not
> allow you to pull because of bandwidth reasons.
> > I have E2K installed on my W2K Server.
> > I have the following problems:
> > 1) If I define a newsgroup in E2K, then in OutlookExpress it doesn't
> > in the "new newsgroups" list. I have to press the "reset list" button.
> > 2) If I post an article in the newsgroup via Outlook2000 Public Folders,
> > then the article is not visible in OutlookExpress
> > And most annoying:
> > 3) I defined a newgroup feed from my favorite neighborhood ISP. My
> > log shows multiple entries gleefully announcing that a news feed has
> > defined and has had its properties set, however, the feed does not get
> > executed, and there is no entry in the log indicating that the feed was
> > attempted. Unlike others in various groups who complained that they got
> > error messages (due to the failure of the NEWSNEWS command), I don't see
> > evidence of any sort indicating an attempt to do the downfeed.
> > Any ideas?
> > --
> > Meron Lavie
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