[Mailman-Users] Topics

Christopher Adams chris.a.adams at state.or.us
Thu Dec 9 17:31:12 CET 2004

Basically, you enable Topics for a list and then give the Topic a name, 
like 'Licensing Regulations' and then enter some keyword (in this 
example. the word 'Licensing' in the Regexp. Assuming a subscriber is 
subscribed to the 'Licensing' topic, you would send your message with 
the first line of the message being:

Keywords: Licensing


Subject: Licensing

Each user can choose to receive or not receive messages that have no 
topic defined, but they must be subscribed to at least one topic to use 
this feature.

Email me if you have other questions.

Christopher Adams

zzizzle at zzizzle.com wrote:

> Does anyone have a basic overview of how to set up the topics and some 
> examples of clever ways that people have used them?  I'm guessing 
> using them can add some really cool depth to your discussion, and/or 
> subtopics.
> Thanks.
> Jonathan
> http://www.zzizzle.com
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Christopher Adams
Library Systems Analyst
Oregon State Library
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