[Mailman-Users] Is Mailman right for us?
brian at emwd.com
Wed Jul 21 17:55:13 CEST 2010
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> bounces+brian=emwd.com at python.org] On Behalf Of Alison Epstein
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> Subject: [Mailman-Users] Is Mailman right for us?
> We're considering using Mailman for our organization's listservs. But
> I'm having trouble finding a demo to try or some screen snapshots so
> that I can even determine if this is the right software for us.
> I need something for our discussion lists. (We also have announce-only
> The discussion lists ideally would have an archive that is accessible.
> Also, some of our lists need to have the ability to have multiple
> "moderators / posters" who may or may not be list subscribers. For
> instance, we have staff in Jerusalem & Chicago. We have mailing lists
> for each office, but all staff members can post to either list. For
> example: A Jerusalem staff member can send a message that only the
> Chicago staff will receive.
> Can you point me to a demo to try or a good place to find these answers?
> Thanks so much in advance,
> Alison Epstein
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> Alison Epstein
> FMAMS web-content coordinator
> aepstein at fmams.org.il
Mailman includes archiving that can be set for public or private viewing.
You can also setup non-members to have the ability to post to a list that
they are not a member of. Mailman also supports multiple moderators.
We have some screenshots of mailman setup at
I am not sure if you are planning on setting this up in-house but I would
like to invite you to view our mailman service at
http://www.emwd.com/mailman.html. Please let me know if we can be of service
to your organization. If you would like we could setup a demo list for you
to try out.
Have a great day.
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