I'm running a club website with Drupal 7 and have a mailing list hosted offsite using GNU mailman. I'd really like to consolidate this list to the web domain. I don't care about archiving the old emails.
What's the easiest way to use the list of email addresses of the accounts in the mysql database that drupal uses as the addresses to send mailing list messages to?
The release-team mailing list is intended for private discussions
between release-team members. It should not be interesting as anything
that is important, we'll either announce or bring to an appropriate
The release-team was not open for subscribing for 2 reasons:
1. We want to discuss things amongst ourselves, not immediately already
have replies from non-release team members
Do you think it is better a distribution list in active directory or a shared mailing list of exchange for company internal mail alias (one address to many recipients)? I can not unserstand pro and con.
I migrated my account from one server I maintain to another, and everything seems for the most part to be working, except mailing lists. I thought they might be working and just no one's used them, but several hours after I set everything up, the mail queue blew up with messages being defered by the server.
@ t0m5k1,I have had similar experience, the forums team is waaay better. I unsubscribed from the mailing list after having similar *biased* experiences. I have seen that the ML mods can post whatever they want, but they won't let anyone else post even something a bit-offtopic.
I've got several mailing lists set up with Mailman on Ubuntu 10.04. The web interface for one of them isn't working properly. I have some posts that have been held, but I can't accept, reject or delete them.