On 18 Dec 2001 at 16:01, Pol Van de Perre wrote:
> I'm running a couple of small lists (up to 20 people), used for
> association boards to communicate amongst themselves.
> So my questions are:
> In short, I would appreciate any help on implemeting a relatively
> inexpensive and reliable solution for running about 5 to 10 small list
> of about 20 users each.
I think Majordomo, whether Windows, Linux, FreeBSD,
Solaris, or whatever is not really a good fit for a new
list manager and small lists.
I'd suggest using David Harris' Mercury/32 package.
It's free. I used the NetWare version of it for a
number of years and found it to be absolutely rock
solid. It is also a mail server, so you can avoid the
nightmare that is Exchange. It can redirect POP3
mailboxes to your users, or host it's own
SMTP/POP3/IMAP mailboxes for your users. Very
flexible, very good package. A number of mailing lists
are out there to support David Harris' products, so if
you have trouble, check the mailing lists.
Surf over to http://www.pmail.com for more
information, the products, and pointers to the mailing
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