Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
> HKS> knows of an NT port of Majordomo, that is....
> If you have problems removing yourself, I'd suggest contacting the list
> owner or playing with which and forging an unzubscribe message for
> Someone at one point in time claimed to have ported Majordomo to NT but he
> has since disappeared. For someone familiar with NT, Perl, Majordomo and
> the NT mail setups a port should not be terribly difficult. The sticky
> locking - Majordomo may make assumptions of UNIX file semantics that may
> not hold. It's easy to rewrite the locking system; Dave Wolfe's done it.
> aliases - you have to be able to pipe incoming mail to a program. Things
> get very difficult if you don't have an :include: syntax, but TLB and
> bulk_mailer prove you can do without it.
> injecting mail - you have to be able to send mail somehow. Blat (I think
> that's what it's called) probably works, but you still need either
> aliases and :include: or a bunch more code.
> - J<
If you really have to do it with NT or even WIN95, there is a
program called SVLIST which runs on these. If you only have one or
two lists, its very useful -- but since you need a separate
directory,and a separate running process for each list, it can be
awkward. You can get a temporary 2 wk unlock key from the author, and
if you like it, its only $30 or $50 , I don't know if the discount
period is over. I use it to run 2 small lists at my college since MIS
canned my linux/majordomo unit for a NT. I said to #@$!! and run this
now on a spare win95 machine in my lab on the LAN. If you need an
address, I can send one when I go to work tomorrow or you might find it
from a search engine on the web.