It was suggested over on the listmanagers list that we confirm an answer to
our question over here so I am.
If someone would answer this question we
would surely appreciate it.
I have been looking for a program so that we can run
our mailing list from our computers here instead of
on a server and have to subject our members to
a lot of ads and everchanging environments.
Then we found Majordomo in a search, which led us
to Great Cirle.
We found many programs that promise to do everthing by make coffee.
However experience has taught me to ask the pros( users) of a thing
before acting on getting it. So I need to know if my assumption is
correct about Majordomo.
It looks as though there is a more official way of doing this through
Majorodomo. But I just learned how to spell PERL. So I am
in need of much information.
<<<<<<<<Does anyone know if PERL will run on Windows 95.>>>>>>>>>>>>
Here is one answer that I have so far
Perl will run fine on Windows 95, but Majordomo won't.
It makes some Unix-based assumptions.
It's possible that someone has ported it -- you can ask on
email@example.com -- but I doubt it.