It appears that even with the new virtual domain support in Mailman 2.1.x
that you still have a single namespace for lists. Is that correct? So I
can't have a list called talk at domain1 and another called talk at domain2
with a single installation of Mailman? Please tell me I'm wrong!
I suppose I could do some munging of the addresses as they go through
postfix, but then the listnames will look weird to people.
Also is it just me, or is the new layout and features in 2.1.4 bording
on feature bloat? It's no longer simple for a non-technical person to
see if the list is closed, open etc. And the talk of regular expressions
is just going to frighten people! My users have difficulty just logging
in, so composing regular expressions is definetly going to throw them ;-)
What other GNU competitors are there to Mailman?
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