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3.11. The QUIT command

3.11. The QUIT command

3.11.1. QUIT

   QUIT

The server process acknowledges the QUIT command and then closes the connection to the client. This is the preferred method for a client to indicate that it has finished all its transactions with the NNTP server.

If a client simply disconnects (or the connection times out, or some other fault occurs), the server should gracefully cease its attempts to service the client.

3.11.2. Responses

   205 closing connection - goodbye!


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