[Mailman-Users] Another list for list-admins?
Ian C. Purdie
ianpurdie at integritynet.com.au
Sun Apr 28 01:40:37 CEST 2002
Norbert Bollow wrote:
> Frederick Noronha <fred at bytesforall.org> wrote:
> > This list seems to be more of a technical list for people setting-up and
> > maintaining Mailman. Is there some list where non-tech people like me
> > could share simple ideas on how to get the most of Mailman's features?
> I'm pretty sure that there's no such list (specific to Mailman)
> yet, so I'm creating one.... it'll get its own domain name
> listowner.org and it'll have a policy that through the act of
> posting, contributions are placed under GNU Free Documentation
> License (so that it will possible to use posted texts e.g. in a
> "Mailman List-Owner's Manual").
Excellent idea Norbert.
I can't speak for others but I'm certain a great many Mailman users must be in
the same position as myself. My host runs and maintains Mailman. Hence most
topics on this list tend to be inapplicable.
I had been hoping to see answers to questions such as:
1. Using the Mailman Web interface, all I and others have access to, how do we
create a newsletter list i.e. I'm the only poster, everyone else being a
2. How can I apply strip mime selectively to my news group list? Other people
with my host using Mailman want to retain the HTML feature.
My problem principally is that with our news group [separate from 1 above], many
subscribers use their place of employment [work related topics] to receive email
and, those work places complain loudly about receiving HTML mail and bounce it.
Ian C. Purdie
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