If using another machine to run a mailing list, an option is using an
inexpensive old Macintosh running OS9 or older, and using the free
It uses 2 POP user accounts on your mail server, and is rock solid. The
GUI setup & admin is sweet. We ran our 1000+ members lists on it since
1997. Changed over to core Majordomo recently to strip the HTML
formatting that is becoming more and more a fact of life these days -
that's the one thing Macjordomo won't do. The Macjordomo Digests
structure look a little better than Majordomo's due to post numbering,
Now that Mac OSX sits on FreeBSD UNIX, I bet it's only a matter of time
before someone creates a Mac interface for Majordomo/Sendmail.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gary.Thandi@360.net [mailto:Gary.Thandi@360.net]
> Sent: Monday, November 25, 2002 7:34 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: Gary.Thandi@360.net
> Subject: Re: Majordomo architecture question
> Hi All,
> Unfortunately I didn't receive as many responses as I was
> hoping I would
> (thanks for your input Deb). Either that, or everyone agreed
> with Deb!
> What I could conclude from this is that most people run
> Majordomo on their
> primary mail server and not a separate machine? I would love
> to have done
> that except we have an existing non-Sendmail config in the mix :(
> I'm figuring if I had difficulties finding docs on the
> architecture piece
> others may have in the past? I checked the archives with no luck.
> Promise I won't bug you all again if there aren't more responses :)
> Take care.