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News (USENET) is a world-wide service similar to a bulletin board, with postings grouped together by interest groups called 'newsgroups'. To set up your news account in Outlook Express or Netscape, follow the instructions on this page.

Creating a news account: Outlook Express and Netscape

Outlook Express News setup

  Start Outlook Express
  Click on the 'Tools' menu and select 'Accounts'
  Click on the 'Add' button on the right hand side and select 'News'
  Next to 'Display Name' type your full name.
  Click 'Next'
  Enter the e-mail address you wish to use. Note: it is not recommended to put your ISP Doctor e-mail address in here. Spammers gather e-mail addresses from Usenet posts
  Click 'Next'
  In the 'NNTP Server' field type 'news.ispdr.net.au'
  Click 'Next'
  Click 'Finish

Netscape News

  Start Netscape Mail and News
  Click on the 'Edit' menu and select 'Mail and Newsgroups Settings'
  Click on the 'Add' button and select 'News'. Click 'Next'
  Type your full name in the name field.
  In the e-mail address, fill out the e-mail address you wish to provide. As above, using your ISP Doctor address is not recommended.
  Click Next
  Click Next
  Click Finish

Netscape News is now ready to use.
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