[Mailman-Users] Searchable archive for mailman mailing-lists?
fmouse at fmp.com
Tue Jan 17 15:45:27 EST 2017
On Wed, 2017-01-18 at 07:09 +1100, Mark Dale wrote:
> Hi Fernando
> For installing the Namazu search on Mailman 2.1.*, there is a good "how
> to" (with a working example) at:
Some years ago I developed a set of patches and instructions to
integrate namazu with Mailman 2.1, generally collected under the name
This works well, and has been in use here on some lists for several
years, but there are probably easier ways to get this capability. Some
Mailman sites I host use have used off-site services such as
> We've had great success using the guide over the years. It might be
> worth noting that on a recent installation on Debian Stretch I did have
> to get the required Namazu packages from the Jessie repository.
> On 17/01/17 18:21, Fernando Gont wrote:
> > Folks,
> > I was meaning to provide some option for searching our mailman
> > mailing
> > lists.
> > Two questions:
> > 1) Any open source recommendations for this?
> > 2) In the past, we were providing this feature by mirroring the
> > mailing-lists with google-groups, and thus using the googlegroups
> > interface for searching our lists. However, it seems such option is
> > gone
> > from googlegroups. Has anyone been able to do this recently?
> > Thanks!
> > Best regards,
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