There is a program called "Webmin" that (when setup correctly) will allow you to setup majordomo lists via the web (SSL). This program puts the proper aliases in the majordomo.aliases file, creates the list, and creates a config file (ie list.config). I use this to setup all of my lists and use wilma to do all of my web archiving. Wilma uses glimpse to index all of your archives, and publishes them in web format (via mhonarc) so that you can search your majordomo lists and view them via the web.
Here are the locations for the above programs:
Samples of sites using wilma:
> On Tue, 3 Aug 1999, Jonathan Thompson wrote:
> > IS there anything like a majorcool interface (web) that sets up a mjordomo
> > list to act like a newsgroup as well. I.E. structuring the replies, etc..
> > so they can be viewed from a web server.
> Theoretically, you could hand a copy of each message off to something
> like MHonarc or similar..
> Duncan Hill Sapere aude
> One net to rule them all, One net to find them,
> One net to bring them all, and using Unix bind them.