[Mailman-Users] Extract or dump of subscribers from mailman?
brad.knowles at skynet.be
Mon Feb 9 16:51:54 CET 2004
At 3:31 PM +0100 2004/02/09, Kai Schaetzl wrote:
>> Searchable Archives:
> Unfortunately, the link to the maillists on www.lists.org doesn't point to
> that archive. Wouldn't it be much better to change that link to point to a
> searchable archive instead of having users subscribe to the list because
> they can't search for an answer?
Yeah, we should ask Barry to get that part of the page updated.
Sorry, I thought that link was already there.
> Hm, looking at
> I see that this archive is somewhat slow, it doesn't contain any messages
> newer than Feb 06 and a search produces an htdig error.
I can confirm that there don't seem to be any messages there
newer than 6 Feb at the moment, but I don't get an htdig error when I
An alternative solution is to use Google, and add one of the
following tags to what you're searching for:
That way, you can search just about any archive of any public
mailing list, even if they don't have a separate search engine.
Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>
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