Newsgroup Commander is the fastest way to find any information you're looking for in news group
archives. The program allows the fastest email messages downloading from selected newsgroups. Newsgroup Commander extracts information from newsgroups using multiple include/exclude keyword filters based on article contents and subjects. A built-in List Editing menu allows for duplicate address removal. You can use your selected keywords to scan the target audience and only return the information you are interested in.
Newsgroup Commander includes the following features and options: search for messages using keywords; built-in newsgroup reader for online / offline reading of messages; view individual messages within a newgroup for reading; multiple include/exclude filters; article subject preview; manages unlimited newsgroups, filters, addresses, etc;.
Please read the following terms and conditions before using this software. Use of Newsgroup Commander indicates you accept the terms of this license agreement and warranty.
A single registered copy of Newsgroup Commander may either be used by a single person who uses the software himself on one or more computers, or installed on a single computer and used by multiple people, but not both.
You may access the registered version of Newsgroup Commander through a network, provided that you have obtained individual licenses for the software covering all computers that will run the software from the network. For instance, if five different workstations will access Newsgroup Commander on the network, you will need a five-user Newsgroup Commander license, whether they use Newsgroup Commander at different times or concurrently.
Disclaimer of Warranty
THIS SOFTWARE AND THE ACCOMPANYING FILES ARE SOLD "AS IS" AND WITHOUT WARRANTIES AS TO PERFORMANCE OF MERCHANTABILITY OR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. Because of the various hardware and software environments into which Newsgroup Explorer may be put, NO WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS OFFERED.
Good data processing practice dictates that any new program should be thoroughly tested by the user with non-critical data before relying on it. The user must assume the entire risk of using the program.