[Mailman-Users] information needed

Dan Wilder dan at ssc.com
Tue Jan 8 00:44:22 CET 2002

On Mon, Jan 07, 2002 at 11:39:07AM -0500, Anicia Bonilla wrote:
> Hello,
> Can I use this software to do my listserve. I send a newsletter and
> announcements every quarterly. Is there
> any hidden cost to use this ? How do I get started? I use outlook for e-mail
> and maximizer (contact manager)
> for my database sending messages out. Is this compatible to do this
> job(newsletter). Please advise.
> Any comments is greatly appreciated.
> thank you.
> Anicia Bonilla
> Office Administrator
> The Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy
> 517 College Street, Suite 400
> Toronto, Ontario
> M6G 4A2
> Tel: 416-923-3529   Fax: 416-923-5949
> Email:cielap at cielap.org

If you have or can acquire a UNIX or Linux or BSD server on which 
you might set up Mailman, it shouldn't matter how you originate the 
messages, as long as they're available as standard protocols at some 
point in the process.  That is, generate the messages as you will,
and email them to the list server.

So far as I'm aware, nobody has yet gotten Mailman running on
NT or its cousins.

There's no charge for the software, and no charge for the excellent
support the software enjoys through this mailing list.

 Dan Wilder <dan at ssc.com>   Technical Manager & Editor
 SSC, Inc. P.O. Box 55549   Phone:  206-782-8808
 Seattle, WA  98155-0549    URL http://embedded.linuxjournal.com/

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