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Glenn

Someone mentioned google archives for this ng.

Seems like an ideal way to find a particular subject. The answers there
could eliminate a lot of re-questions.

I looked but only found it for the current day.

Is there a link that gives the whole thing and a find button to find the
subject and there, find a listing of all the posts on that particular
subject in chronological or step down order?

Glenn
 
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MLC

Il 05/gen/2004 _Glenn_ ha scritto:
Someone mentioned google archives for this ng.

Seems like an ideal way to find a particular subject. The answers there
could eliminate a lot of re-questions.

I looked but only found it for the current day.

Is there a link that gives the whole thing and a find button to find the
subject and there, find a listing of all the posts on that particular
subject in chronological or step down order?
http://groups.google.com/advanced_group_search
 
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Semi Head

From: (e-mail address removed) (Glenn)
Someone mentioned google archives for
this ng.

Seems like an ideal way to find a
particular subject. The answers there
could eliminate a lot of re-questions.
I looked but only found it for the current
day.

Is there a link that gives the whole thing
and a find button to find the subject and
there, find a listing of all the posts on
that particular subject in chronological
or step down order?

Glenn
YES

Enter Subject description & then
Tick-on
Search alt.cop.freeware radio_button option
...then Submit

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=lang_en&ie=ISO-8859-1&newwindow=1&c2coff=1&q=alt.comp.freeware&meta=&btnG=Google+Search
 
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Riggs

Someone mentioned google archives for this ng.

Seems like an ideal way to find a particular subject. The answers there
could eliminate a lot of re-questions.

I looked but only found it for the current day.

Is there a link that gives the whole thing and a find button to find the
subject and there, find a listing of all the posts on that particular
subject in chronological or step down order?

Glenn
Use the advanced search. Put this NG into the NG box and then whatever
topic you're looking for into the search box. Lots of options in advanced
search.
 
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Frank Bohan

Glenn said:
Someone mentioned google archives for this ng.

Seems like an ideal way to find a particular subject. The answers there
could eliminate a lot of re-questions.

I looked but only found it for the current day.

Is there a link that gives the whole thing and a find button to find the
subject and there, find a listing of all the posts on that particular
subject in chronological or step down order?

Glenn
Google Groups URL for ACF:
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=alt.comp.freeware
Then click one of the search options and search for subject.

Slim Browser has a facility for searching Google Groups for any newsgroup,
as well as searching in various search engines.
http://www.flashpeak.com/

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Frank Bohan
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