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MailMan WWW email interface v2.0 FAQ
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1.1) Introduction and Intent

2.1) Table of Contents

3.1) Overview
3.2) What is MailMan?
3.3) What could I use MailMan for?
3.3) How is MailMan different from HotMail, YahooMail,
ExciteMail, etc?
3.4) Where would I find current information on MailMan?
3.5) What’s the short version of how MailMan works from a
technical standpoint?
3.6) Can I customize the interface of MailMan?
3.7) What is the difference between the Standard and the
Professional editions of MailMan?
3.8) What are the basic requirements for setting up a
MailMan installation?
3.9) What standards and protocols does MailMan comply with?

4.1) Licensing
4.2) Is MailMan free?
4.3) What about the source code?
4.4) Why would you want people reading your source code?
4.5) What constitutes a single “installation” of MailMan?
4.6) Why are you picking on Scientology?

5.1) Installation
5.2) What is the difference between the different
installation distributions?
5.3) What is the basic installation procedure?
5.4) What is the installation procedure for a Unix system?
5.5) What is the installation procedure for an NT system?
5.6) I installed MailMan and it doesn’t work, what do I do?
5.7) What does it mean when I try to run MailMan and the
server says “Can’t locate cgi-lib.pl”?

6.1) Operation
6.2) How would I use MailMan in conjunction with a 'primary'
mailer on my home or office system?
6.3) Wouldn't IMAP be very well-suited to this type of
scenario?

7.1) Innards
7.2) How do I customize MailMan to blend into my site and
provide a branded interface to my users?
7.3) Is it possible to ‘rig’ a MailMan installation with a
default POP3 or SMTP server address so that the user doesn’t
have to enter them?
7.4) Is it possible to ‘rig’ a MailMan installation with a
default POP3 or SMTP server address so that the user can’t
modify them even if they want to?

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