On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 13:22, Pandu Poluan <pandu@...> wrote:
> Okay, the CEO of the company had just asked me to set up a 'proper
> mailing' list.
> For reasons too long to describe here, we've been running with
> hMailServer on Windows Server 2003. Unfortunately the 'distribution
> list' facility on hMailServer is, to put it mildly, lacking.
> hMailServer is scriptable, but rather than reinventing the wheel, I
> guess I'll just create another GentooServer VM to handle this.
> Now, for this purpose, I'm looking for a Mailing List Manager that
> fulfills the following requirements:
> * Does not need access to the email spool directory
> * Does not need to integrate with the mail server, but can act as a
> POP3 / IMAP client -- or --
> * Can act as an SMTP server (so that I can employ fetchmail to
> actually perform the mail-pulling)
> * Support basic mailing list management commands (subscribe + unsubscribe)
> * Performs mail header mangling (e.g., prefixing Subject: with [ListName])
> * Allows for one-way (e.g., announcement-only) mailing list
> *Not* required are:
> * Web-based management
> * Mail archival system
> * Integration with Active Directory and/or LDAP
> Can anyone recommend something that fits my need?
> Pandu E Poluan
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