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> From: Steven Kirby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
> Subject: TULP 4.0.1 Mailing List Manager
> Date: Tue, 01 May 1996 11:37:32 GMT
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> Message-ID: <email@example.com>
> X-Original-Date: Mon, 29 Apr 1996 19:57:16 -0400 (EDT)
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I've uploaded a binary copy and source code for TULP 4.1.0 to tsx-11.mit.edu.
TULP is a clone of the popular BITNET listserv program that runs on *NIX
systems, including Linux. We've been using TULP in our shop for about a
month now to manage several high-traffic lists, and we've been very pleased
with both its performance and ease of configuration.
TULP runs as a daemon, so it does consume some system resources (about the
same as an idle bash login), even when it's not processing mail. On the
other hand, TULP doesn't have to be started and restarted for each incoming
mail message (as does, for example, the deservedly popular Majordomo mailing
list manager). By running as a daemon, TULP offers the prospect of
significant performance gains for sites that manage large and/or active
Christophe Wolfhugel (Christophe.Wolfhugel@univ-lyon1.fr) is the principal
author of TULP, with assistance from Kimmo Suominen (Kimmo.Suominen@lut.fi).
The program is distributed under terms of the GNU Public License, and should
be considered "mature" (i.e., at last report, no new development efforts are
planned). I'll be glad to answer as many Linux-specific questions about
TULP as I can, but those probably will be relatively few and far between.
My upload of TULP 4.1.0 is available at
COSMIC, NASA's Software Technology Transfer Center
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