john llewsrac | 2 May 00:11 2007
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Re: Re: Giganews Search Utility (was Re: BNR2 Search Utility)

Thanks
Looks like Giganews is not going to answer me (:

Can you give me a list of better .nzb indexing sites?
Currently use newzbin and my subscripton runs out in
Sept 07 :)

1 thing that what Easynews has over Giganews is their
search engine. Having said that it would be good if we
could search giganews then the 100 days plus would be
useful.

john

--- Lenny_Nero <Lenny_Nero <at> Hotmail.com> wrote:

> john llewsrac said
> 
> > 
> > Have asked Giganews for more information but they
> are not as fast as they
> > normally are.
> 
> I have always found giga to be next to useless when
> you are asking them
> for anything.
> 
> > 
> > This really would be a very good utility to add to
> BNR2 if we can get more
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john llewsrac | 2 May 00:27 2007
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Re: Re: BNR2 newbie question

BNR2 (bnreaper) is an extremely useful tool for
downloading files using the .nzb feature.

I use bnreaper exclusively for downloading doco's,
movies and bball games with very few problems as I
never have to dload headers. ie the dbase has a very
long time before it becomes corrupt. 

BTW you can have more than 1 bnreaper runing at the
same time. I don't, but suggest that you do if you are
downloading headers as well as using .nzb's.

? how do you get your .nzb files??

John

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> >
> > Just started using BNR2 recently and I like it.
> But I ran into a
> > problem. 
> > 
> > I imported several NZB files into it successfully
> and all was well
> > until one morning when the database hung up (error
> said "Couldn't
> > read database") and wouldn't open. I kept trying
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Dave | 2 May 01:50 2007

Re: Re: Giganews Search Utility (was Re: BNR2 Search Utility)


> Looks like Giganews is not going to answer me (:
>   

You must have asked a question they don't like.
> Can you give me a list of better .nzb indexing sites?
> Currently use newzbin and my subscripton runs out in
> Sept 07 :)
>   

Easynews.  Search for whatever you want, build the NZB dynamically and 
go nuts.

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john_elvin | 2 May 09:19 2007

Re: Giganews Search Utility (was Re: BNR2 Search Utility)

> Can you give me a list of better .nzb indexing sites?

Have you looked at getting nzb files from http://www.binsearch.info/ ?

John

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john llewsrac | 2 May 10:45 2007
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Re: Re: Giganews Search Utility (was Re: BNR2 Search Utility)

Excellent Thanks for the link

--- john_elvin <groups <at> elvin.plus.com> wrote:

> > Can you give me a list of better .nzb indexing
> sites?
> 
> Have you looked at getting nzb files from
> http://www.binsearch.info/ ?
>  
> John
> 
>  
> 
> 
> 

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Evzen Polenka | 2 May 11:16 2007
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Re: Re: Giganews Search Utility (was Re: BNR2 Search Utility)

john_elvin wrote:
> Have you looked at getting nzb files from http://www.binsearch.info/?

Hmmmm, NONE of these sites can compare with the Newzbin comfort...
And the subscription - especially on the Christmas half-price week - is 
absolutely worth it.

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john_elvin | 2 May 12:09 2007

Giganews Search Utility (was Re: BNR2 Search Utility)

Binsearch is infinitely cheaper than Newzbin! ;-) (Anything divided by
zero is infinity)

John

--- In bnr1 <at> yahoogroups.com, Evzen Polenka <evzen <at> ...> wrote:
>
> john_elvin wrote:
> > Have you looked at getting nzb files from http://www.binsearch.info/?
> 
> Hmmmm, NONE of these sites can compare with the Newzbin comfort...
> And the subscription - especially on the Christmas half-price week - is 
> absolutely worth it.
> 
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>

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Evzen Polenka | 2 May 14:17 2007
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Re: Giganews Search Utility (was Re: BNR2 Search Utility)

john_elvin wrote:

> Binsearch is infinitely cheaper than Newzbin! ;-)

My point was not the price, but working comfort.
 From this point of view, in Binsearch you simply get what you pay for...

I don't see a point in saving few bucks yearly by using free indexing site, 
while paying unnecessarily high prices for news service (Giganews, Easynews, 
etc.) at the same time.

I used Easynews for quite a few years, but then switched to Newshosting 
Unlimited 45 account. For 14,95 USD I get 70+ days retention (yes! they say 
only 45 days on their website, but I was repeatedly able to retrieve files 
about 80 days old!). And of course, no problem maxing out my 8 Mbit line...

I see absolutely no reason for using that crazy overpriced Giganews or 
similar... their 40 more days of retention is definitely not worth the 10 
USD more for me.

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Lenny_Nero | 4 May 01:41 2007
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Re: Giganews Search Utility (was Re: BNR2 Search Utility)

Evzen Polenka said

> john_elvin wrote:
> 
>> Binsearch is infinitely cheaper than Newzbin! ;-)
> 
> My point was not the price, but working comfort.
>  From this point of view, in Binsearch you simply get what you pay
>  for...
> 
> I don't see a point in saving few bucks yearly by using free indexing
> site, while paying unnecessarily high prices for news service (Giganews,
> Easynews, etc.) at the same time.
> 
> I used Easynews for quite a few years, but then switched to Newshosting
> Unlimited 45 account. For 14,95 USD I get 70+ days retention (yes! they
> say only 45 days on their website, but I was repeatedly able to retrieve
> files about 80 days old!). And of course, no problem maxing out my 8
> Mbit line...
> 
> I see absolutely no reason for using that crazy overpriced Giganews or
> similar... their 40 more days of retention is definitely not worth the
> 10 USD more for me.
> 

Yep, some of us are not as silly as to pay for giggle news over priced and
under rate NSP, I get almost (short by about 10~15 days) the same
retention and better completion and speed for around £50 a year, and I am
still yet to spend anything so far this year as yet, still ysing up what
I got last year, and there are just so many free servers.
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john llewsrac | 4 May 09:01 2007
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Re: Re: Giganews Search Utility (was Re: BNR2 Search Utility)

:) who is your newsserver? Is it newshosting or some
other newsserver?

john
--- Lenny_Nero <Lenny_Nero <at> Hotmail.com> wrote:

> Evzen Polenka said
> 
> > john_elvin wrote:
> > 
> >> Binsearch is infinitely cheaper than Newzbin! ;-)
> > 
> > My point was not the price, but working comfort.
> >  From this point of view, in Binsearch you simply
> get what you pay
> >  for...
> > 
> > I don't see a point in saving few bucks yearly by
> using free indexing
> > site, while paying unnecessarily high prices for
> news service (Giganews,
> > Easynews, etc.) at the same time.
> > 
> > I used Easynews for quite a few years, but then
> switched to Newshosting
> > Unlimited 45 account. For 14,95 USD I get 70+ days
> retention (yes! they
> > say only 45 days on their website, but I was
> repeatedly able to retrieve
> > files about 80 days old!). And of course, no
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