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|RFC977 3.11. The QUIT command|
RFC977 3.11.1. QUIT QUIT The server process acknowledges the QUIT command and then closes the connection to the client. This is the preferred method for a client to indicate that it has finished all its transactions with the NNTP server. If a client simply disconnects (or the connection times out, or some other fault occurs), the server should gracefully cease its attempts to service the client. RFC977 3.11.2. Responses 205 closing connection - goodbye!
|[Source:"RFC977"] [Last Changed:February 1986]|
[Copyright: 1986 Brian Kantor, Phil Lapsley]