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Hi guys
I know this has probably already been asked but i don't have a great understanding of news readers. I love newsleecher because i can import nzb files into it. I also find the auto par2 handling great although i can live without it. the main thing i need is to be able to import .nzb's. Anyone know of a good program?
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no body know of one?
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There must be one out there.. i don't mind paying for it.. fusion is killing me!
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http://www.panic.com/unison/
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second unison - fantastic tool.

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If you use both "SABnzbd+" and "SABnzbdX" together, you get ALL the functionality of Newsleecher (downloading, repairing, extracting to organized folders), plus it's open source, and FREE!

SourceForge.net: SABnzbdPlus

Download SABnzbdX for Mac - GUI for SABnzbd. MacUpdate Mac Newsreaders Software Downloads

Give it a try, you will definately be impressed. (I don't use newsleecher on my Mac anymore!!!!)
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Downloaded both of these and nothing seems to work for me. Pointless really.
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Downloaded both of these and nothing seems to work for me. Pointless really.
Did you try Unison?

I've been using Usenet for decades and this is by far the best Newsreader I've ever used on any platform.

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