On 28 Mar 1999, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
> >>>>> "OX" == Oliver Xymoron <email@example.com> writes:
> OX> I have many private lists I'd like to search, in addition to the public
> OX> ones. Therefore, access control has to be through Majordomo.
> Well, you could export the per-user passwords to your web server's access
> file format and protect the pages that way.
You misunderstand me - I think email is the right approach. Passwords
_will not_ work for the average user, especially considering the trouble
they have with subscribe/unsubscribe. I want to be able to send mail to
private-list-request to do a search. I want to be able to get this:
>> search pynchon-l "heliotrope"
1.36 (4564) firstname.lastname@example.org (JM) / Re: (helio)tropism
I took a very quick glance through _Call Me Ishmael_ by Charles Olsen,
1.20 (4562) marc issue robinson <email@example.com> / Re: (helio)tropism
Quoth Paul Mackin: > At the beginning of Part 3, "In the Zone," Dorothy
1.00 (16562) Paul Mackin <firstname.lastname@example.org> / RE: Times article & photo
Henry writes: I imagine the hood is that of a Jedi Knight, perhaps in
1.00 (9869) email@example.com (Andrew Dinn) / Discussion opener for GRGR(9)
Foax, Discussion of GRGR(8) is completed and we move on to discuss
1.00 (4717) firstname.lastname@example.org (Peter Romanienko) / TV-Pynchon
On tonite's John Larroquette Show (NBC) the theme centered around a very
> OX> indexmsg mbox-file byte-offset length
> Let's concentrate on the data you need and not the format of the commands.
> I really can't tell what this is supposed to do. I figure you're trying to
> find the message number from an offset, but I don't understand the length
Length above was the message length. Basically the indexer will need
either the message text or enough information to get the message text.
I've made the presumption that the indexer keeps count of message number
so it doesn't need to be passed, which is fragile. List name and message
number will do fine, as long as there's an interface like
archive-get-immediate which allows the indexer front-end to grab the
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