Thanks for the reply, but it seems like I didn't make myself clear.
What I'm looking for is an effective way to get messages onto the web based
message board when a email arrives on the list.
That's why I was asking about a handler. A good question would be - does
mhonarc show messages on the web as soon as they arrive on the list? And if
yes, how does it get hold of the message?
The web message boards are password protected.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of John Sechrest
Sent: Wednesday, April 07, 2004 1:20 PM
To: Vinod Panicker
Subject: Re: Web based message list + majordomo
Any form that posts to an email address can work.
You want to be sure to use security to keep the spam down caused by the web
IE, have a password to access the web page.
the Mhonarc program does archiving if you like. And it also does mail from
the archive. But does not have a new message form.
"Vinod Panicker" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
% Hi everyone,
% One of the sites that I'm working on needs a mailing list with a web
% interface that will allow posting messages to the list from the web as
% Majordomo takes care of the mailing list, but what are the best
% for tackling the web based email display?
% The web interface has been developed and needs to get integrated with
% majordomo. It will basically maintain its own archive.
% Anyone done this before? Any help is appreciated.
John Sechrest . Helping people use
. computers and the Internet
. more effectively
. Internet: email@example.com