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Pan for Linux is a Internet software developed by Charles Kerr. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Pan for Linux:
EditByBSEditor: Pan is a Usenet NewsReader that's good at both text and binaries. It supports offline reading, scoring and killfiles, yEnc, NZB, and multiserver. It's also the only Unix newsreader to get a Perfect Score on the Good Net-Keeping Seal of Approval evaluations. It runs on Unix and Unix-like operating systems, Mac OS X, and Windows.
Why Use Pan? It's Actively Developed. * Pan aims for a three-week development cycle between versions. * Bug reports are typically investigated and answered with a few days. * Wish lists are answered, and new features are discussed on the mailing list for user feedback. * The GNOME internationalization team keeps translations up-to-date. It's Good for Reading News. * Pan is the only Unix newsreader to score 100% on the Good Net-Keeping Seal of Approval evaluation. * Basic newsreader features, such as reading and writing news, threading articles, and replying via email, are supported. * Articles can be sorted by author, date, subject, or the number of unread children in the thread. * Multiple connections are supported, so articles can be read while binaries are downloading. * Selected articles, threads, and entire groups can be Queued for offline reading. * Articles can be filtered by regular expression matching, read/unread state, binary/text, etc. * Pan is fast and can download and thread articles as quickly as the bandwidth will let it. * Posts can be queued until you want to go online, and can be re-edited at any point before they're sent. * Pan saves your Posted messages in a folder for future reference. * A flexible rules system allows you to delete, hide, download, or notify you of, etc. articles that match a subject, or are posted by a particular user, and so on. * Groups can be filtered by regular expression matching subscribed/new/all, etc. * Article headers are cached locally for fast group loading. * Pan has keyboard bindings for mouse-free newsreading. you can free download Pan for Linux 0.133-1 now.