page describes how to configure and use News Xpress to
access your Newsville account.
accessing your account you need to setup News Xpress
by specifying the News Server name, as well as your
username and password as you submitted them to us with
your application. After that, you need to download the
complete listing of newsgroups we offer access to, and
then subscribe to a few that interest you.
Setting up News Xpress
News Xpress. The following window will appear.
menu on top select:
section you can setup all the different settings and
personal preferences in News Xpress. First go to the
section "Servers and directory" and
news server to be: news.newsville.com
your username and password as you submitted them to
the port number to be: 119
to the section "Personal information"
Xpress to work, you need to, at least, fill in your
e-mail address in the personal information section.
to the section: Newsgroup and
: Retrieve all active groups
to the section: Miscellaneous and
some directory in your hard drive for the
attachments) or pictures you intend to download.
First steps in News Xpress
finishing all the configuration steps as described above
,you need to first download the list of groups we offer
- Go to
connect you to the server and will download all the
is a very long list, it will make sense to scroll down
and select some groups that interest you. After highlighting
each one of them:
- Go to
to the bottom Tab Subscribed
then be facing something similar to this.
shows some (4) subscribed groups. To begin reading the
articles, simply double-click on one of the groups.
A new window will appear with all the articles currently
on the server news.newsville.com for that news-group.
double clicking on one of the listed article-headers,
a third window will appear with the actual article.
If the article in question has a picture or binary attachment
to it, you can download that attachment by:
- Go to
the top menu and click on Article
will download the picture in whatever directory you
have specified according to the instructions in Part