Hello andy,
Try to put a "." when you finished at the new line. And use utf7

Friday, August 9, 2002, 10:11:44 AM, you wrote:

a> Hi there,

a> I am trying to write a script which is posting news to a newsserver.
a> Unfortunatelly I do get a 535 error back which is not reported in:
a> http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc977.html Section 3.10.2

a> Maybe someone of you guys has a clue of an idea what is going wrong.
a> connecting works, so I did not include the connect code. The code for
a> posting is underneath.

a> Thanx for any help on that.

a> Andy

a> $cfgServer    = "news.php.net";
a> $cfgNewsGroup    = "php.general";
a> $subject='Test';
a> $header='
a>      Newsgroups: '.$cfgNewsGroup.'
a>      Path: '.$cfgServer.'
a>      Relay-Version: version B 2.10 2/13/83; site cbosgd.UUCP
a>      Posting-Version: version B 2.10 2/13/83; site eagle.UUCP
a>      From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Jerry Schwarz)
a>      Subject: '.$subject.'
a>      Message-ID: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
a>      Date: Friday, 10-Aug-2002 16:14:55 EST
a>      Followup-To: '.$cfgNewsGroup.'
a>      Expires: Saturday, 1-Jan-2003 00:00:00 EST
a>      Date-Received: Friday, 10-Aug-2002 16:59:30 EST
a>      Organization: Bell Labs, Murray Hill
a> ';

a> $body='\n
a> This is a test.
a> ';

a> $message=$header.$body;

a> $put = fputs($usenet_handle, "POST $message\n");

a> echo $put;

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