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Have you considered switching over to something like Phorum?
The blurb on the phorum.org webpage states:
Phorum is a web based message board written in PHP. Phorum is designed with
high-availability and visitor ease of use in mind. Features such as mailing
list integration, easy customization and simple installation make Phorum a
powerful add-in to any website.
There are quite a few customisations available and I think it might suit the
etrax mailing list.
You could set it up to provide access only via the web, or only allow
posting new messages via
the web. I think it can be configured or customised to prevent the email
or if you want it available then only show it to authenticated users.
>From: Friedrich Lobenstock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Reply-To: Axis Etrax Mailing Liste <email@example.com>
>To: Dave Matlock <Dave.Matlock@xxxxxxx.com>
>CC: Fredrik Norrman <firstname.lastname@example.org>, dev-etrax
>Subject: Re: Mhonarc
>Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 01:07:55 +0100
>Dave Matlock wrote on 27.01.2004 00:35 MET:
>>I would like to bring this issue to the table again. My amount of spam
>>has been continually increasing since I began posting messages to the
>>dev-axis listserv. I would really appreciate a solution to this problem.
>I can only suggest to use mailman which does remove emails from
>the webarchive and has other really good features, eg. being able to
>segment the archive to not only show the whole archive on one huge page.
>During the x-mas/new-year holdidays when the mailinglist at Axis did
>not work I did set up
>as an opportunity to be able to migrate the mailinglist first there
>(email@example.com possibly redirected there) and after mailman
>installed at Axis, moved back. But nobody at Axis seems showed
>any interest in that - possibly so taken up by other work....or who
>>From: Fredrik Norrman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>>Sent: Friday, December 05, 2003 5:58 AM
>>Subject: RE: Mhonarc
>>I will check with our IT group and see what we can do about the email
>>archive. You are absolutely right that it's not good to have the real
>>addresses published like this. (I myself received
>>more that 15 thousand spams last month)
>>A solution will probably have to be implemented in several steps.
>>Please continue the discussion. We will listen to your suggestions.
>PS: Top posting sucks - suggested readings:
> "[cobalt-users] Re: Top posting, why evil?"
> "Quoting: Bottom Posting" (good examples here!)
> "Top-posting vs. bottom-posting - or - Microsoft Outlook vs. The Right
> "To use Internet-style quoting in Microsoft Outlook, Exchange or
> Windows Messaging"
>MfG / Regards
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