[H-GEN] Mailman

Bradley Marshall zzbramar at uqconnect.net
Thu May 16 01:10:34 EDT 2002


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Hi Sarah,

On Thu, 16 May 2002, Sarah Walters wrote:
> We are in the process of moving our mailing lists from majordomo to mailman,
> and have come across a slight hiccup. From what I've been told, mailman does
> not have support for hierarchical lists. Majordomo can :include other lists,
> but mailman apparently does not have this capability.

Not that I'm aware of.

> Does anyone on this list use mailman and have hierarchical lists?

Nope.

> EG all_staff consists of all_general_staff and all_academic_staff.
> If anyone does use mailman, how did you deal with this issue?

I don't.  But - is all_staff a strict grouping of all_general_staff
and all_academic_staff?  Couldn't you just make an alias that
included both?

Thanks,
Brad
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