Re: [aclug-L] how to create maillists?
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its best to use some mailing list software like majordomo or listar
(http://www.listar.org). Listar doesn't come with documentation but you
can get help on the mailing list, and the debian maintainer of it
is on this list (not me)
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User Friendly, 12/8/1998
On Thu, 13 May 1999, Troy Wolf wrote:
> I cannot come up with a solution for a "public" address book for the company
> As some of you may remember, I'm trying to replace our antiquated (non
> rich-text) , proprietary mail server with a Linux IMAP/POP3 server. The old
> mail server used the Microsoft Exchange subsystem and the Exchange public
> address book method so all mail clients automatically received the public
> address book with all members (employees). It looks like I'm going to have
> to take this "feature" away, and I won't be popular for it.
> I feel I have exhausted simple shared text file, LDAP, and address book
> exporting and importing options.
> I am now leaning towards setting up maillists for my users. One for ALL
> employees, one for the accounting department, one for the Sales deparment,
> etc. The employees will still have to manually add these group email
> addresses to their local address books, but that's better than having to
> manually add ALL employees.
> Which brings me to my question. How do I setup a maillist on a Linux mail
> server? Preferrably a closed list that requires membership in order to send
> to it--otherwise anyone in the world could send to all my employees using my
> maillists. I'm not naive enough to think this can be fully answered in a
> simple email reply, but links to online guides or sample scripts and other
> help is appreciated.
> Also, if you have serious tips about how to solve my original "public"
> address book problem that prove successful---there could be a cash reward.
> Troy Wolf