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MaxNews™
"The ultimate tool for Usenet news"

 
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 MaxNews is a very flexible and effective Mac OS X Usenet newsreader supporting reading and composing both news articles and e-mail messages. In addition, it has been completely built from the ground up around one of the fastest SQL database engine with full unicode UTF-8 support in mind. MaxNews provides the user with an efficient and extensible all-in-one interface towards dealing with large numbers of messages, no matter the form they may have or wherever they may come from. MaxNews is fully MIME-compliant and supports reading and composing messages using any charset that your system supports.

 Like other newsreaders, it can be used to select, view, write, sort and print Usenet News articles. Articles can be saved locally, cut into the Macintosh Clipboard or forwarded to other individuals via Electronic Mail. MaxNews offers a more visual approach to Usenet News than most other news readers. MaxNews allows the user to easily navigate between newsgroups and articles via its point-and-click interface.

 MaxNews is a newsreader which attempts to be pleasing to both new and experienced users. In addition to the standard newsreader features, MaxNews also supports offline newsreading, article filtering, multiple connections, kill files and much more for both power users and beginners.

Key Features

Offline reader - No need to be conected in order to read articles

Powerful customizable spam filters.

Easy subscriptions and groups setup.

All articles are archived locally to a fast database.

Full UTF-8 support, single-byte and double-byte language support.
Easy-to-use straightforward interface based on Mac OS X Mail.
Mac OS X Mail like message threads coloring system.
Mac OS X Mail like message threads folder organization.
Powered by ultra fast Valentina SQL database engine.
Fast multi-threaded engine. (Speed depends on your connection).
Full SSL v1, v2, v3 and TLS v1 support for secure connections.

Native version for Mac OS.