At 09:55 AM 9/10/96 -0600, Sean S Coleman 303-497-5672 wrote:
>Please enlightend me. Is there currently available on the net,
>a web interface to majordomo which allows managers to manage
>their lists without using email?
Majordomo Web Interface (http://gaia.gutierrez.com/majordomo/)
Majordomo - WWW Gateway (http://www.inf.utfsm.cl/~marcos/majordomo/www.html)
Pandora (already mentioned by Robb in this list)
MajorCool is mine, so I am biased. WebDomo is a service of POBox, but I
think they will also sell it standalone.
>How about a web interface that
>users can use to subscribe and unsubscribe from lists?
LWGate and MailServ are "generic" -- they are designed to work with
Listserv, ListProc, Majordomo and others. They do not have direct access to
Majordomo files, and all they do is construct email messages on behalf of
the user. So you cannot "see" members of a list via Web -- you have the
interface request it for you, then get the results in mail as usual.
MajorCool (again, I am biased) is tied directly to Majordomo, so you can see
member lists, info files, etc online.
>What would really be cool is a pull down menu of lists local
>to the site in which users can subscribe, thus providing each
>user with information about the types of lists available at
Pull-down lists may violate the no_advertise nature of some lists. MajorCool
will prevent this, not allowing access to a list until an email address has
been entered and verified for privilege.