"Choices abound for reading Usenet messages in Linux. Many email
clients can deliver news. Several standalone clients are also
around, including Knode/Kontact, Pan, and several text-based
choices. Some require you to be online when accessing news, others
permit offline reading. Of course, there's also gnus for Emacs.
"Reading email and reading news are similar tasks: Read messages
and respond, and perhaps save items for later use. For this reason,
the easiest way to keep up may be to use a mail client that
supports reading Usenet..."
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