[Mailman-Users] any recommendations?
adaml at jbase.com
Mon May 19 20:29:12 CEST 2003
well they are working now. I noticed that source forge was having problems this morning as their web site said they were down due to running update.
From: Richard Barrett [mailto:r.barrett at openinfo.co.uk]
Sent: Monday, May 19, 2003 2:16 PM
To: Adam Lipson
Cc: mailman-users at python.org
Subject: RE: [Mailman-Users] any recommendations?
At 18:33 19/05/2003, Adam Lipson wrote:
>Thanks for the reply, I saw that before, but none of the links work and
>even the links for patches at sourceforge are under 2.0.x not under
>2.1.x. Any idea where else I can get them as list.org and gnu.org don't
>seem to have them either.
Well, I just tried the links on that page to sourceforge for my htdig
related patches and they all worked just fine. I've copied them into this
You will find also that, for the patches that have been around long enough
to be updated to keep pace with new MM releases (e.g., #444879 and
#444884), there are different versions of the patches for different MM
version and comments about each of these download patch files on the
sourceforge patch web page. The download files names include the MM version
number it is to be used with followed by the patch version number for that
MM version. For example, htdig-2.1.2-0.3.patch.gz is the third (and latest)
version of the htdig integration patch for use with MM 2.1.2
If you absolutely must, you can also find the patches on my own web site
(see URL below) but there is really no need not to use sourceforge unless
it is down for maintenance.
And #444884, the htdig intgration patch, installs a file
$build/INSTALL.htdig-mm. Make my day by being one of the users that reads
it and makes the trouble I take in writing and maintaining it worthwhile.
>From: Richard Barrett [mailto:r.barrett at openinfo.co.uk]
>Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2003 5:41 PM
>To: Adam Lipson
>Cc: mailman-users at python.org
>Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] any recomendations?
>At 22:33 16/05/2003, Adam Lipson wrote:
> >I have two questions for the group.
> >1) Any recomendations for a good web based search tool for the
> >archives. I know there are a few out there, but are any better in anyones
> >2) when importing my archives from an mbox I get all the headers for all
> >the messages as well as any html encoded messages show up with raw html
> >all over them instead of a coherent message. I am importing the messages
> >from an exchange server via POP and or IMAP to set up the mbox file and
> >then importing the mbox.
>Sorry, I do not grok Windows MTAs, maybe someone else can help.
Richard Barrett http://www.openinfo.co.uk
More information about the Mailman-Users