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This document describes what you need to do if you'd like to change
something about your posting after it's been approved for the
*.answers newsgroups.  For more information about submitting a posting
for approval in the first place, see the "*.answers submission
guidelines", available by anonymous FTP as
rtfm.mit.edu:/pub/faqs/news-answers/guidelines or by
sending email to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu with 
"send faqs/news-answers/guidelines" in the body of the message.

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Changing things after approval

1. Change a posting's posting frequency
2. Change a posting's header(s)
       2.1 Subject
       2.2 Newsgroups line
       2.3 From line, without changing maintainers
       2.4 Archive-name line(s)
       2.5 Followup-To line
       2.6 Other normal or auxiliary header lines
3. Add parts to or delete parts from a "posting"
       3.1 Split up a single-part posting
       3.2 Add a part to a posting which already has multiple parts
       3.3 Delete a part from a multi-part posting
       3.4 Add a diff posting
4. Transfer a posting to a new maintainer
5. Terminate a posting (i.e., stop posting it forever)
6. Cancel one of your postings
7. Create a new posting
8. About this posting

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