I've become a big fan of sympa. It takes a little work to set up and
tune, but it's a serious tool. Lot's of flexibility. I know at least
one university (Brandeis) that replaced Lyris with Sympa.
On Thu, 3 Feb 2005, Michael Coxe wrote:
> Hi all,
> We've been running Listproc for a number of years now and it's
> time to migrate to something maintained & updated.
> Our use is typical for a mid-size company: about 300 lists, many
> low-volume alias replacements, maybe 100 with serious volume, a
> need for a range of subscription, posting & access controls
> depending on need, web access for list-owner management,
> archiving, web access to archives - both viewing & searching,
> mail2news/news2mail, RSS would be nice. We also dynamically build
> subscriber lists from LDAP datao but that's easily scripted.
> Privately I've run a Majordomo 2 server but would prefer to look
> at other products.
> What's hot? Mailman of course. What about Sympa? Any others worth
> serious consideration. Any strong opinions?
> No interest in Listserv and Lyris seems targeted at marketeers.
> I guess Exchange could be considered a list manager...
> But why buy with several excellent opon source options.
> - michael coxe
> sunnyvale, ca