[Mailman-Users] Client wants unique archiving method

Elizabeth Schwartz betsy.schwartz at gmail.com
Wed Sep 27 22:06:59 CEST 2006

Oh nevermind, I am on crack. This wouldn't work.
You'd still have to use some intermediate filter to decide what was a reply
and what was an original.

On 9/27/06, Elizabeth Schwartz <betsy.schwartz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would think you could make it work "outside the system" by setting
> reply-to-poster, then changing the alias for the list to go both to the list
> processing command, and to a dummy-user . Then pipe the dummy user's mail
> into something that is web-accessible. You could use another mailman list,
> and either keep the membership lists in sync or  give the second list a
> password that you advertise on the first list, or make it public. Or, you
> could  use some mail-to-web gateway other than mailman.
> But  I agree that in practice this wouldn't work too well. (although,
> there will never be long chains of messages, because nobody will be able to
> reply to a reply)

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