RSS 75 projects tagged "Mailing List Servers"

Download No website Updated 30 Nov 2000 Bulk Mailer

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Pop 48.35
Vit 69.92

Bulk Mailer helps speed the delivery of an email message to many recipients using Sendmail. It's best used in parallel with a mailing list manager such as Majordomo. For input, it takes a file of recipient addresses (one address per line) and a message (with headers already attached) to be sent to the recipients. It sorts the recipient list by reversed domain (so similar ones sort together), splits up the recipients into several groups containing no more than N domains each, creates an SMTP envelope for each group of recipients, and feeds each envelope to sendmail.

Download Website Updated 20 Nov 2002 cvsmail

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Pop 70.48
Vit 2.19

cvsmail is a set of utilities to manage the delivery of CVS commit logs via email. It contains an email answering robot to manage the subscriptions and a delivering machinery. The subscription is done via modules for each CVS base handled by cvsmail.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 cyrus-imapd-configfiles

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Pop 13.42
Vit 1.00

This is a patch for cyrus IMAPd to allow imapd, pop3d, etc. to support -c conffile options, allowing several domains to be run off central controller.

Download Website Updated 19 Jun 2005 eForum

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Pop 213.32
Vit 4.55

eForum is server side software that enables geographically distant participants to share ideas and enhance teamwork via the Web. It allows project moderators to manage feedback and project discussions, and can display interactive Q&A tools.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 eSquire

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Pop 36.17
Vit 1.42

eSquire is a majordomo replacement that provides a web frontend to most list manager functions. Subscribe / Unsubscribe functions use the majordomo style so users don't necessarily notice that it's not majordomo.

Download Website Updated 03 Nov 1998 ezmlm

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Pop 56.83
Vit 75.14

ezmlm lets users set up their own mailing lists within qmail's address hierarchy. A user, Joe, types ``ezmlm-make ~/SOS ~/.qmail-sos joe-sos isp.net'' and instantly has a functioning mailing list, joe-sos@isp.net, with all relevant information stored in a new ~/SOS directory.

Download Website Updated 16 Oct 2008 ezmlm-web

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Pop 48.12
Vit 3.58

ezmlm-web is a Web interface for the administration of ezmlm-idx mailing lists. It has user level access control, and allows you to create, modify, and update any mailing list's configuration as well as control the subscriber base. ezmlm-web provides full support for all the features of ezmlm-idx. The interface is template based and can easily be customized or replaced. It is translated into seven different languages. Support for encrypted mailing lists (gpg-ezmlm) is included.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 JergoBlatz!

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Pop 19.80
Vit 1.00

JergoBlatz! is a mailing list server with special functionality for play-by-email games, especially turn based games. Users can set options and send email to each other in character. It also includes a TK based GUI for setting up the configuration files.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 Ecartis

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Pop 26.38
Vit 4.38

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.

Download Website Updated 06 Jun 2008 maildir-bulletin

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Pop 29.50
Vit 2.68

maildir-bulletin takes a message on standard input, i.e. it runs in the same fashion as a mailing list program, and puts the message in every user's Maildir. The message is created once and links are created from all user's Maildir's to the original. This saves greatly on disk space usage and time. Delivering a 1K message to 100,000 users should only take a few hundred K of disk space and take ten or twenty minutes. If you have an alias to expand to 100,000 users the same 1K message will take 100M of storage and take several hours.

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