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Subject: Where to find the ITS Usenet Posting Guidelines

This article was archived around: 24 May 2006 04:22:40 GMT

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Archive-name: usenet/local-hierarchies/dur Posting-Frequency: Weekly URL: <URL:http://www.dur.ac.uk/its/services/usenet/guidelines/>
Usenet Posting Guidlines ======================== Welcome to the dur.* newsgroup hierarchy! When you post to newsgroups, your message can potentially go to several thousand servers and millions of readers. Many of these readers are busy people without much time to devote to reading individual Usenet newsgroups, and so a set of conventions has evolved to make Usenet discussions as easy to follow as possible. The IT Service maintain a set of guidelines for posting to newsgroups, which can be found at: <URL:http://www.dur.ac.uk/its/services/usenet/guidelines/> By keeping to these conventions, you ensure that the greatest number of people read, and possibly reply, to your message. -- Nick Boalch <URL:http://nick.frejol.org/>