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|Short description||Helps manage email discussion lists by giving each mailing list a web page.|
|Full description||Helps manage email discussion lists by giving each mailing list a web page, and allowing users to subscribe, unsubscribe, etc. over the Web. The list manager can adminster a full list entirely from the Web.
The program also includes most things that people want to do with the Web: archiving, mail-to-news gateways, integrated bounce handling, spam prevention, email based admin commands, direct STMP delivery, and support for virtual domains. The program runs on most Unix-like systems and is compatible with most Web servers and browsers and most SMTP servers
|GNU package name|
|Component programs||Mailing List, Email list|
|VCS checkout command||bzr branch lp:mailman|
|Computer languages||Python 1.5.2 or newer, C|
|Documentation note||The GNU Mailing List Manager, which manages email discussion lists much like Majordomo and Smartmail. Unlike most similar products, Mailman gives each mailing list a web page, and allows users to subscribe, unsubscribe, etc. over the web. Even the list manager can administer his or her list entirely from the web.
Mailman also integrates most things people want to do with mailing lists, including archiving, mail <-> news gateways, and so on. It has all of the features you expect from such a product, plus integrated support for the web (including web based archiving), automated bounce handling and integrated spam prevention.
This page is for people looking to help develop GNU Mailman. The download link represents just the current (unreleased) development version of Mailman 3. If you are looking to download other versions of Mailman, or are looking for documentation on how to install, set up, or use Mailman, please visit the main site: http://www.list.org or the wiki: http://wiki.list.org
|IRC help||http://freenode.org #mailman|
|IRC general||http://freenode.org #mailman|
|IRC development||http://freenode.org #mailman|
|Related projects||Enemies of Carlotta, Exim, GNU sauce, Minimalist, Mll2html, phplist, Smail, Sympa, TWIG|
|Keywords||Mailing, lists, Email|
|Version comment||Great program for maintaining a list.|
Real name: Barry A. Warsaw
Real name: Christopher Kolar
Resource audience: Bug Tracking
Resource kind: Bug Tracking
Resource URL: https://bugs.launchpad.net/mailman
Prerequisite kind: python 1.5.2 or greater
Prerequisite description: Python Programming Language
Prerequisite kind: C, libs, headers, buildutils
Prerequisite description: C set to build
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