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On Wed, 21 Sep 2011 20:17:28 -0500, Derald wrote:

I have notified gardenbanter of this person's advertising post via the
abuse addy in the message header. I realize this guy may be totally
ignorant that rec.gardens.edible is not a local gardenbanter forum. I
have requested that gardenbanter educate him. Please join me in doing
so. Enough is enough, eh?


He should be posting to rec.gardens.smokable instead of rec.gardens.edible
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In Derald
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I have requested that gardenbanter educate him. Please join me in
doing so. Enough is enough, eh?


I simply kill all posts containing "gardenbanter" in the Message-ID.

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In m Derald
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Bert wrote:

I simply kill all posts containing "gardenbanter" in the Message-ID.


Well, I used to do that -- still do for google -- but noticed
enough followups to OPs from there that interested me that I unblocked
the domain. Perhaps that was a mistake.


I kill all thread-starting or stand-alone posts from google, but allow
followups.

Maybe you could do the same for gardenbanter.

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Old 22-09-2011, 10:22 PM posted to rec.gardens.edible
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Bert wrote:

I kill all thread-starting or stand-alone posts from google, but allow
followups.

Maybe you could do the same for gardenbanter.


Are you willing to post your rule? I see you post with Xnews. I may be
able to translate it for XPN which I use.


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In Doug Freyburger
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Bert wrote:

I kill all thread-starting or stand-alone posts from google, but
allow followups.

Maybe you could do the same for gardenbanter.


Are you willing to post your rule? I see you post with Xnews. I may
be able to translate it for XPN which I use.

Su

Sco =-9999 #Google Group threads
Message-ID: googlegroups
~References: .

Matches if:

Message-ID contains "googlegroups"
and
there's nothing in the "References:" header

(meaning it's not a followup to an earlier post in the same thread).

Xnews uses regular expressions in the filter, so

"References: ."

means "match if there's anything in the References: header."

Prefixing the rule with '~' negates it, so it matches only if there's
nothing in the References: header.

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Bert wrote:
Doug Freyburger wrote:

Are you willing to post your rule? I see you post with Xnews. I may
be able to translate it for XPN which I use.

Su

Sco =-9999 #Google Group threads
Message-ID: googlegroups
~References: .

Prefixing the rule with '~' negates it, so it matches only if there's
nothing in the References: header.
...
Xnews uses regular expressions in the filter ...


Thanks! XPN offers regular expressions in the filters but I've never
experimented with them. They are one liner RE's so I don't know if I
can stack Message-ID and References together. I'll experiment. If I
can't get it to work I'll ponder switching to Xnews.

I'm in no hurry to install software on my work laptop. It's why I use
XPN which is in Python. If I break my own laptop it costs me vacation
or sick leave during the time it's reimaged unless it's been well over a
year since the last maintenance reimage.

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In Doug Freyburger
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I'm in no hurry to install software on my work laptop. It's why I use
XPN which is in Python. If I break my own laptop it costs me vacation
or sick leave during the time it's reimaged unless it's been well over
a year since the last maintenance reimage.


Xnews is reasonably self contained and doesn't have to be "installed,"
merely copied into a convenient directory. It will even run (slowly) off
a USB memory stick.

It makes a few registry entries to save the window positions and
layout.

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