[access-uk] News client (was Re: Re: AD on Freeview)

Hi, changed the subject line to reflect a new thread. Does anyone know of any news clients that will work under Vista? I suppose Windows Mail can be used as a newsreader, but I've had problems resulted in me sparing away from it, for example mail getting corrupted. I did try Forte Agent, but that was when I was using what is now my friend's Windows XP laptop. Thanks in advance.


At 16:47 24/01/2008, you wrote:
Hi Phil and all,

Sorry to reply to my own message, but one of the members of the news group to which I sent Phil's question has replied with the following answer.


" I've got BtVision at home,now I've looked in the user guide and cant see any info re your subject.what I can see is a 0800 number for there Service Helpdesk 0800 800 900,open 8 am until 10pm,if I was you I would give them a ring."

I hope this is of help to Phil, and anyone else who may end up in his position in the future, or wants to obtain BT vision in their current home.



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