Smartgroups is British and occasionally gives little hiccups, but they have
been around for a while and are the closest approximation to eGroups/Yahoo
Groups that I am aware of.
Apparently Yahoo is going to merge Clubs and Groups, presumably with the
worst features of each.
--On Sunday, May 19, 2002 9:22 PM -0700 JC Dill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> While we are at it, ObListManagers: who would you recommend for a
> competitor to Yahoo Groups? The competing service needs to offer all of
> Yahoo's major features: Web signup, unsubscribing, email archiving,
> options to read email on the web, via digest, or regular mail (and a
> webpage where the user can make or change these options) and options to
> allow or reject attachments. And, for free (ad supported OK, optional
> payment to have an ad-free list also OK).
> (I've been telling people to get away from Hotmail for ages, and Yahoo
> was one of the services I used to recommend. Who now?)