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RFC977 4.3. Example 3 - NEWGROUPS command

   S:      (listens at TCP port 119)

   C:      (requests connection on TCP port 119)
   S:      200 Imaginary Institute News Server ready (posting ok)

   (client asks for new newsgroups since April 3, 1985)
   C:      NEWGROUPS 850403 020000

   S:      231 New newsgroups since 03/04/85 02:00:00 follow

   S:      .

   C:      GROUP
   S:      211 0 1 1 Newsgroup selected
           (there are no articles in that newsgroup, and
           the first and last article numbers should be ignored)

   C:      QUIT
   S:      205 Imaginary Institute news server ceasing service.  Bye!
[Source:"RFC977"] [Last Changed:February 1986]
[Copyright: 1986 Brian Kantor, Phil Lapsley]

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More Detailed Topics
RFC977 3.2. The GROUP command
RFC977 3.7. The NEWGROUPS command

Overview and Related Topics
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NNTP Command Syntax
NNTP Response Syntax

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