Ecartis (fomerly known as Listar) is a mailing list management program. It has a lot of similarities to Listserv (which was one of its inspirations), but has been written from scratch to support the features and abilities that the authors felt were lacking (or hard to modify/change) in some of the other list management programs available. Its main flexibility is that it is written around a plugin layer (similar to Apache), which allows you to customize and extend the manager in ways that otherwise would be hard.
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Release Notes: Quite a few fixes, including rewritten bounce handling module and a robust Web administration interface. This version is the last before version 1.0.
Release Notes: Critical bug fixes to moderation and bounce handling that crept in with 0.127a.
Release Notes: Rewrite of bounce handler and moderation, beginning support for liscript and lsg/2, and more.
Release Notes: Support scripts have been eliminated (and creation of lists moved to the main executable), creation of lists now builds the config file dynamically from the installed modules and defaults, internal I/O changes have been made to allow Listar to handle large installations (e.g. 5000+ lists), internal qmail bounce detection support and the beginnings of support for DSN have been added, several file lock contention bugs have been fixed, and minor MIME handling updates have been made.
Release Notes: Password support, variable registration, allows configuration of a list from Listargate and allow generation of default config files that are guaranteed up-to-date, and added Pantomime which strips non-text attachments and places them into a web-accessible directory placing the URL to get to the file into the message instead.