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07 Oct 2007 00:47 RssProtocol

Re: Mailman is great!

> Highly recommended!


Does the email discussion lists have the ability to show it's discussion on a web page? and can there be a login required, or do we have to build a login ourselves?

We have a RSS authority site and want to either bring our discussion out in the open or have it behind a required login, we have not decided yet.

We may be a little behind the scenes on our web capibilities but we are trying.

03 Oct 2007 22:19 eduology

Re: Mailman

>
> % Does Mailman have windows system
> % version, please?
>
>
> Specifically is there a XP version or a
> Vista version? If not are they on the
> books or not?

I ment to say Unix or Windows, I was thinking about another mailman program? Duh

I have a few sites running on Windows boxes and want to know what programs are available if I move them to another system.

One of our bigger projects is at http://www.adison.edu (http://www.adison.edu)

Any help is welcome...

03 Oct 2007 22:09 eduology

Re: Mailman

> Does Mailman have windows system
> version, please?

Specifically is there a XP version or a Vista version? If not are they on the books or not?

16 Jul 2007 22:54 amitbhawnani

Good stuff
Good job with the project :-) I think this stuff is really helpful.

25 Aug 2005 06:39 creford

Re: Mailman
Does Mailman have windows system version, please?

24 Aug 2005 05:42 creford

Re: Mailman is great!
This is a good softwarerfor me in order to reduce and manage lots of spam mails.

05 Aug 2005 09:19 hurrikane

grandfather, consuming relatively much memory
After some months using mailman I switched to Mailgust (http://freshmeat.net/projects/mailgust/), which does not consume that much memory and excels with functions like build-in search, forum-like archive and some more.

You can view a fresh installation here (http://lists.openmailadmin.org/).

11 May 2005 06:45 fersten

GNU Mailman
Majordomo now seems clumsy and difficult to manage. GNU Mailman is a nice alternative. It is popular, fast, easy to use and most importantly it's focused on the end user. Mailman automatically provides a customizable home page for each mailing list. Users can subscribe and unsubscribe themselves as well as changing list preferences. For admins it offers a web based frontend that makes managing any number of lists very easy. Mailman can archive all list traffic and provide a Web frontend to browsing and searching messages. I am really looking forward to version 3. Tom (http://www.very-clever.com/)

28 Jun 2004 14:25 AndrewCates

Re: Mailman is great!
Certainly fairly consistent messages about the product: no dissenters out there before I give it a try? It all looks suspisciously positive
BozMo (http://catesfamily.org.uk/)

29 Apr 2003 09:16 festers

Re: Archive stats


> I have written such program, see
> MailListStat here on freshmeat. It's
> easily configurable (in new version -
> which will be available in few days) to
> work with mailman and other mailing list
> managers. It supports many languages,
> text or HTML output, graphs and more...

Thanks for point that out, your software is just what I needed.

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