kmccann at bellanet.org
Wed Mar 21 15:38:15 CET 2001
At 09:06 AM 2001/03/21 -0500, you wrote:
>We are thinking of using mailman for our list management. Can you send
>html messages with Mailman? Do you have to be a linux pro to use
>Mailman? Are there any limitations to Mailman?
Mailman, like most other mailing list managers, will send mail out as it is
received. If someone sends an email with HTML, the message should get sent
with HTML (unless you apply a filter to discard it).
The term "pro" is subjective, I think, but you should have someone who is
well-versed enough with Linux to be able to install the product according
to the instructions and be able to respond to various technical issues that
come up. The more knowledge the person has of the environment, the better
they'll be able to support Mailman.
There are limitations to every product, including Mailman (I'm still
looking for piece of software that will function as expected and do my
laundry, too ;-). There is a wish list on the Mailman website and that will
indicate what niceties are not in the current release. If none of them are
of great importance to you, Mailman may very well suit your needs.
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