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Usenet Retention

Usenet Retention is the time the usenet provider will held a post on the server. For example linux.rar is posted 300 by user X. Usenet providers indexed that file, but Usenet Provider A is only offering 200 days retention while Usenet Provider B offer 400 days of retention. The file will be available for download on Usenet Provider B, but not on Usenet Provider A. The file linux.rar is deleted by the server from Usenet Provider A. The Usenet Newsgroups are filled with binary and text files.



Usenet Text Retention

Usenet Text Retention is Usenet retention for text files. In the Usenet Provider Reviews we only reviewed the Usenet Binary Retention.

Usenet Binary Retention

Usenet Binary Retention is Usenet retention for binary files. The binary files are archived movie, game or software files. Usenet Servers and their binary retention.

Updated 1 september 2009:

Binverse: Over 200 days of binary retention
Giganews: building to 400 days binary retention
Newshosting: building to 400 days binary retention
Newsgroupdirect: building to 400 days binary retention
Easynews: 200 days of binary retention
UseNeXT: Over 160 days of binary retention
Power Usenet: building to 400 days binary retention
Ngroups: building to 400 days binary retention
Supernews: 200 days of binary retention
Thundernews: building to 400 days binary retention
Rhino Newsgroups: 200 days binary retention
Usenet.net: building to 400 days binary retention
Firstload: over 90 days of binary retention
UsenetServer: building to 400 days of binary retention