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From: Freddy Cruger <freddy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 18:52:37 +0200
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By the way, take a look on posterous. I don't know how it is there about
search, but maybe, it will make the thing about archives a little bit
easier. Let's say, if a copy of every email is sent there - you can set
it in the email server's configuration.

=D0=92 =D0=A7=D1=82=D0=B2, 13/08/2009 =D0=B2 19:09 -0500, John Goerzen =D0=
> Hi,
> I noticed recently that Ecartis, the mailing list software I run on
>, was dropped
> from Debian in May and apparently hasn't had an upstream release since 20=
> After some checking, it looks like my two main options are to switch to
> Mailman or to Google Groups.
> I really hate my current archives on, which break all
> threads at month boundaries and have no search engine.  Mailman's is no
> better.
> Google Groups is, and as a bonus provides a web-based forum-like
> interface.  Personally I detest those, but I know there are many that
> like 'em.
> I'm thinking I'll do this:
> 1) Make sure full archives are present at
> 2) Migrate this list and the subscriber list to either Mailman on my
> server or Google Groups, making sure new posts there also archive on Gman=
> 3) Issue HTTP redirects to the new archives for each post.
> What opinions do you all have?
> -- John

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