[Mailman-Users] public/private searching
jonc at nc.rr.com
Mon May 5 03:55:55 CEST 2003
You can use the default archiver (Pipermail) and use the patches for
integrating Mailman with HTDig. This combination works really well
(thanks mainly to Richard Barret).
You have to download the appropriate patches, apply the patches to
Mailman's source and then install (or re-install) Mailman.
You will find complete instructions for applying patches with the
download for the patches...
=== note from the archives from Richard Barrett ===
I have uploaded to sourceforge revised versions, for MM 2.1.2
compatibility, of my patches for integrating HTdig with Mailman. See
Two earlier patches, #661138 and #668685, which were precursors of the
integration patches are no longer needed, having been incorporated into
Unfortunately, a new precursor, Bug #728836, is needed to correct
in some of the new Polish and Portuguese language templates.
Good Luck - Jon Carnes
On Wed, 2003-04-30 at 18:25, Tomasz Finc wrote:
> Currently I run mailman for about 50 lists or so. I would like to
> set up mailman to be able to search through all of the archives
> and bring up matching mails. I've heard of intergrating it with
> htdip and Mhonarc but I know this wont allow for lists that are
> marked private.
> Is there any way to organize searching to go through all lists
> that a person belongs to .. perhaps based on cookies.. instead
> of just the public ones...
> One alternative i can see is if i place searching inside each
> list and have a seperate db for each one. I would really like to
> avoid this since searching across multiple lists at the same time is
> what i really want.
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