[Mailman-Users] Does mailman support the Archived-At header (RFC-5064)

Randy Kramer rhkramer at gmail.com
Thu Dec 16 05:15:14 CET 2010


In case you (plural) are not aware, some mail lists are already using 
the Archived-At header in conjunction with the mail-archive.  The list 
I am most familiar with is the discuss at documentfoundation.org.

from: http://go.mail-archive.com/Q1UNIhR2F51LZaV-5fjs4-Qj5jM=

We use mlmmj - http://mlmmj.org/ but that by itself doesn't really
support hooking it up with the archive-at header and also has other
major limitations (as it will not handle cases where the footer
contains characters not available in the postings charset), thus we
use (used from the beginning) an additional filter in between
pymime can be foundhere: https://github.com/tdf/pymime

Randy Kramer

On Wednesday 15 December 2010 09:44:26 am Barry Warsaw wrote:
> On Dec 15, 2010, at 09:39 AM, Randy Kramer wrote:
> >I'm asking if mailman can be set up so it will calculate the
> > required header (hash of the message ID or whatever) and insert it
> > in a post before distributing the post to the list?
> >
> >I've tried googling and searching things like the NEWS file for
> > mailman (at least for version 2.2x), with no luck.
> >
> >I had seen words that Mailman will (i.e., plans to) support
> > RFC-5064, but maybe it hasn't been implemented yet?
> It's in the Mailman 3 alphas:
> http://wiki.list.org/display/DEV/Stable+URLs
> Cheers,
> -Barry

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