I believe, from the left-overs on my system from when I did use
MajorCool, that you run mj_key_cache
I wrote my own pages which have supplanted the need for MajorCool, so I
removed it when I last upgraded.
But, for anyone who has read thus far, I have a question: Is there any
package for managing email groups that is easy to move to which is also
better than Majordomo? Frankly, it's not broken, so I'm not planning a
move at this time, but I've been using MD 1.94.5 for about 15 years now,
and as things have progressed from one server to the next during that
time, the thought crosses my mind that I may need to change email group
server software at some point... It might be nice to have a Linux server
that uses repositories for everything I have. Now that Ubuntu gives
ClamAV and SpamAssassin through repository, I may be tempted to also
switch from the CentOS/RedHat/Fedora flavor to a Ubuntu/Linux Mint/gOS
On Fri, October 16, 2009 11:26 am, Charles Mount wrote:
> Several years ago, I set up MajorDomo lists with MajorCool front end.
> Since that I have moved and misplaced some of my notes.
> I have requests for new list and I cannot remember how to get MajorCool
> pick up the list once I have it working in MajorDomo.
> Also, I am coming up on refresh and will have to reinstall, I need to
> good MajorCool documentation. I still have Alan Schwartz's book with my
> notes in the margin for MajorDomo.
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