[Mailman-Users] MM3 book in the works

Barry Warsaw barry at list.org
Wed Jan 17 00:58:10 EST 2018

On Jan 13, 2018, at 09:38, Rich Kulawiec <rsk at gsp.org> wrote:

> I've been working on a book about mailing list management and usage --
> including MTAs, MLMs (such as Mailman), processes, best practices, etc.
> The MM material to this point has been MM2-centric, but I've been running
> various instances of MM3 and accumulating experience with it.
> This is intended -- somewhat -- as a modern version of "Managing
> Mailing Lists" by Schwartz, which is now 20 years old.  Obviously
> the landscape has changed quite a bit since then; I don't think
> we need to worry much about UUCP-style addresses any more, but we
> do need to worry about DMARC.  And so on.
> I can't see leaving out MM2 at this point, because a LOT of people are
> running and are going to be running it for years.  But it would seem
> a disservice not to cover MM3.  So I suspect, at the risk of some
> duplication, both with have to make the cut.

Very cool, Rich.  And I think you’ve got exactly the right focus.  Best of luck and do let us know when you’ve got something you need reviewed, or if you have any questions at all (esp. regarding MM3).


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