[unisog] web based user interfaces
epierce at usf.edu
Mon Dec 3 19:50:49 GMT 2001
We've been using IMP for over 2 years, and have been very pleased with
it. I'll agree it's not the easiest program to install, but it's not
the worst I've ever done, either. It's definitely worth the effort.
IMP 3.0RC2 has built-in Email filtering, it's like the rules in Outlook
however, working on messages when you login to IMP, not as messages are
accepted, like procmail. I would rather have a web-based interface to a
.procmailrc file, but for most users, IMP's filter are fine.
We've been using Lyris for about 3 years. It's been a decent product,
except for the search function. It's basically non-functional for large
sites (we've got around 500 lists and 50,000 subscribers). We're
running Lyris on a dual-proc E450 and it slows to a crawl when the
full-text searching is turned on. I've been told the SQL-based version
handles this much better, however.
From: William D. Colburn (aka Schlake) [mailto:wcolburn at nmt.edu]
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 2:26 PM
To: Tamela R. Germano
Cc: unisog at sans.org
Subject: Re: [unisog] web based user interfaces
We recently purchased Lyris (http://www.lyris.com/) for campus mailing
lists. I'm very happy with it, as are all of my users. My plans for
generic web based email are still imp/horde, but they seem to be a pain
to set up. Email filtering is still done the hard way here (they forward
complaints to postmaster and I try to put a stop to it).
On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 10:44:25AM -0800, Tamela R. Germano wrote:
> We need to modernize our user interfaces. I was wondering if anyone
> had any recommendations for commercial (or public) software for web
> mail, web based list serve management, user friendly (web based)
> do-it-yourself email filtering, and so on?
> Tamela Germano, Server Support, University of Nevada, Reno
William Colburn, "Sysprog" <wcolburn at nmt.edu>
Computer Center, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
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