> LM> I want the announcement pushed out to my mailbox, but in a form I
> LM> can ignore after seeing the subject without wasting the bandwidth
> LM> and disk space for the full copy.
> There is a saying: you can't have your cake and eat it, too.
> Okay, in this case you could, but it would require effort greatly in excess
> of whatever benefits they would provide.
What's the 'great effort' part? If your announcements are important enough
to throw in everyone's mailbox then they should be important enough to
archive. The web browser interface can be done with available software
although it would be nicer if it could do it on the fly so you could
use the same interface to access your own mailbox through a browser
if you wanted (there may be some programs around for this too). Sending
only the subject/URL to the subscribed list should be pretty easy. The
only complicated part would be collecting update notices for a
digest-interval and sending each user the new items from any of his