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Latest revision as of 13:05, 8 June 2018

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GroupServer

http://groupserver.org/
Mailing list manager with web forum interface

GroupsServer is a server package for hosting mailing lists, like GNU Mailman, or Sympa. But like Discourse and Loomio, is also has a feature rich web interface, allowing each mailing list it hosts to also be used as if it were a web forum. In keeping with its name GroupServer refers to each mailing list forum as a 'group'. Users can send, receive, read, and reply, to group messages by email, or they can read and post to the group from the web interface. Group admins can manage and moderate their groups using email commands, as in older mailing list packages, or using the web interface. A single GroupServer instance can host multiple organisations, each with multiple groups.

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http://groupserver.readthedocs.io/





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