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    Hi all,

    I have a bit of a strange problem with Exchange on Windows 2003 small business server and I am hoping it will be something simple. I have been trying to setup the NNTP side where you can get newsgroups to appear under the public folders list however it is showing the newsgroups but no articles in side them. I thought it maybe something to with the NewNews command but I have joined a news provider that does support it and a lot of people have also got it working with them. I have checked the event log and I get the following error code

    Event Type: Information
    Event Source: NNTPSVC
    Event Category: None
    Event ID: 90
    Date: 11/02/2004
    Time: 20:18:11
    User: N/A
    Computer: Server
    The virtual server 1 has completed an active feed from/to News.Individual.NET. Status is FAILURE.

    I have confirmed that my user / pass are ok and it does work in outlook express however I am not sure why it maybe failing on the exchange side. All the services need are started and they have no reported errors. The following is from the NNTPSVC1 log in the windows / system32 / logs folder, <feed>, 2/11/2004, 19:52:09, NNTPSVC1, SERVER,, 430, 0, 11, 200, 0, mode, You are already in this mode. Ignored., reader,, <feed>, 2/11/2004, 19:52:09, NNTPSVC1, SERVER,, 490, 0, 4, 111, 0, date, 20040211194722, -,, <feed>, 2/11/2004, 19:52:09, NNTPSVC1, SERVER,, 791, 0, 49, 230, 0, newnews, New news follows, de.test 040211 182403 GMT,, <feed>, 2/11/2004, 19:52:09, NNTPSVC1, SERVER,, 811, 0, 0, 0, 0, quit, -, -,, <user>, 2/11/2004, 19:52:09, NNTPSVC1, SERVER,, 811, 0, 0, 0, 0, -, -, -,

    If anyone has any ideas I would appreciate the help.


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    Re: NNTP Problem - No Articles in Public Folders

    hi, I have the same problem but can't find a solution. Have you ever found a solution?