Access other than Google?


#1

Is there a way to get to this other than Google. For some reason, the
google groups interface is just broken all the hell for me. I refresh
the screen and get completely different things. I often get stuck
where the latest post was on May 17th. Its really screwy.

Are others having this problem? How do others view this group?

Thanks,
pedz


#2

Hi pedz;

pedz wrote:

Is there a way to get to this other than Google.

Email. Have you subscribed via the link (below) and are still having a
problem? Not that an email subscription won’t introduce it’s own set of
problems … :wink:

Best regards,
Bill


#3

Is there a way to get to this other than Google. For some reason, the
google groups interface is just broken all the hell for me. I refresh
the screen and get completely different things. I often get stuck
where the latest post was on May 17th. Its really screwy.

send an email to: removed_email_address@domain.invalid


#4

Unfortunately this method of subscribing won’t let you post to the
list, unless you do it via a gmail address…

-christos


#5

Are others having this problem? How do others view this group?

I use http://www.ruby-forum.com/forum/3 .

Chris


#6

I have the same issue and I 'm subscribed. i think there’s a big
problem at Google’s site…


#7

I’ve not experinece any issues at all.
What browser are you guy using ?
I’m using Firefox 2 on Windows XP, has been flawless !
I have 3 groups, plus my gmail open all day
cheers, Dave P.

On May 22, 5:30 pm, Chris L. removed_email_address@domain.invalid


#8

Unfortunately this method of subscribing won’t let you post to the
list, unless you do it via a gmail address…

-christos

Not true.

I subscribed from this address using an email to
removed_email_address@domain.invalid on May 2.

I do not use a gmail address anymore because mail I sent to lists was
never delivered to my gmail address.


#9

On May 22, 2:30 am, Chris L. removed_email_address@domain.invalid
wrote:

Are others having this problem? How do others view this group?

I usehttp://www.ruby-forum.com/forum/3.

Chris


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