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'Newsgroup-server'
1997\03\25@172550 by Arne Hedevang

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Hi

Do anyone know, if it?s possible to get the PIC-LIST from an
newsgroup-server, instead of getting it from an e-mail list server ?. If it is
possible, what is the name of the newsgroup ?

mvh
Arne Hedevang

1997\03\25@223023 by Alan Nickerson

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Arne Hedevang wrote:

 Hi

 Do anyone know, if it?s possible to get the PIC-LIST from an
 newsgroup-server, instead of getting it from an e-mail list server
 ?. If it is
 possible, what is the name of the newsgroup ?

 mvh
 Arne Hedevang

I am currently working on a way to make the piclist mail avaiable via
the WWW.
Any suggestions would be nice.

1997\03\25@235128 by Robert Lunn

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>>  Do anyone know, if it?s possible to get the PIC-LIST from an
>>  newsgroup-server, instead of getting it from an e-mail list server?
>>  If it is possible, what is the name of the newsgroup ?
>>
>>  mvh
>>  Arne Hedevang
>
> I am currently working on a way to make the piclist mail avaiable via
> the WWW.  Any suggestions would be nice.

       Alan and Arne, back in January the following link was given

               http://cdr.stanford.edu/people/luehrb/up/pic

       This is a Piclist archive in HTML format.  Unfortunately, the
       archive doesn't seem to have been updated since 10th Jan '97.

___Bob

1997\03\26@085217 by Don D. Hiatt

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 Have you tried "Hypermail"? You can find it at:

       http://www.eit.com/software/hypermail/hypermail.html

 An excerpt:

       Hypermail is a program that takes a file of mail messages
       in UNIX mailbox format and generates a set of cross-referenced
       HTML documents. Each file that is created represents a
       separate message in the mail archive and contains links to
       other articles, so that the entire archive can be browsed in a
       number of ways by following links. Archives generated by
       Hypermail can be incrementally updated, and Hypermail is set
       by default to only update archives when changes are detected.


 The above link is to the C version, other versions can be found:

       www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Software/Internet/World_Wide
_Web/HT
ML_Converters/Hypermail/


don

Alan Nickerson writes:
> Arne Hedevang wrote:
>
>   Hi
>
>   Do anyone know, if it?s possible to get the PIC-LIST from an
>   newsgroup-server, instead of getting it from an e-mail list server
>   ?. If it is
>   possible, what is the name of the newsgroup ?
>
>   mvh
>   Arne Hedevang
>
>  I am currently working on a way to make the piclist mail avaiable via
> the WWW.
> Any suggestions would be nice.

1997\03\26@090724 by Don D. Hiatt

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(Sorry if you get this twice)

 Have you tried "Hypermail"? You can find it at:

       http://www.eit.com/software/hypermail/hypermail.html

 An excerpt:

       Hypermail is a program that takes a file of mail messages
       in UNIX mailbox format and generates a set of cross-referenced
       HTML documents. Each file that is created represents a
       separate message in the mail archive and contains links to
       other articles, so that the entire archive can be browsed in a
       number of ways by following links. Archives generated by
       Hypermail can be incrementally updated, and Hypermail is set
       by default to only update archives when changes are detected.


 The above link is to the C version, other versions can be found:

       www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Software/Internet/World_Wide
_Web/HT
ML_Converters/Hypermail/


don

Alan Nickerson writes:
> Arne Hedevang wrote:
>
>   Hi
>
>   Do anyone know, if it?s possible to get the PIC-LIST from an
>   newsgroup-server, instead of getting it from an e-mail list server
>   ?. If it is
>   possible, what is the name of the newsgroup ?
>
>   mvh
>   Arne Hedevang
>
>  I am currently working on a way to make the piclist mail avaiable via
> the WWW.
> Any suggestions would be nice.

1997\03\26@094917 by Karoly Hoss

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> > I am currently working on a way to make the piclist mail avaiable via
> > the WWW.  Any suggestions would be nice.
>


don't publish the addresses to spammers .
the rest doesn't matter

bye
charley
>

1997\03\26@102640 by Mike

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> I am currently working on a way to make the piclist mail avaiable via
>the WWW.
>Any suggestions would be nice.

I would imagine (IMHO) that an easy way would be for the listserver to forward a
copy of the message to an appropriately protected news server - which did not
allow postings direct - that way only list members get their stuff posted
so there would be limited chance of confusion arising should people try to
respond to a news article that wasn't sent there by the listserver :)

Rgds

Mike
Perth, Western Australia

Some say there is no magic but, all things begin with thought then it becomes
academic, then some poor slob works out a practical way to implement all that
theory, this is called Engineering - for most people another form of magic.
                                                                      Massen

1997\03\26@120523 by Harold Hallikainen

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On Wed, 26 Mar 1997 08:04:35 -0600 "Don D. Hiatt" <spam_OUThiattTakeThisOuTspamCIG.MOT.COM>
writes:
>(Sorry if you get this twice)
>
>  Have you tried "Hypermail"? You can find it at:
>
>        http://www.eit.com/software/hypermail/hypermail.html
>


       And, does anyone know of anything that does the REVERSE, that is,
a mail server that I can send requests to to get web documents mailed to
me?  I recall there being stuff like that for ftp access years ago for
people using UUCP connections, but can't find them now.

Harold

1997\03\26@161348 by Wolfgang.Kynast

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On 26 Mar 97 at 23:26, Mike wrote:

> > I am currently working on a way to make the piclist mail avaiable via
> >the WWW.
> >Any suggestions would be nice.
>
> I would imagine (IMHO) that an easy way would be for the listserver to forward
a
> copy of the message to an appropriately protected news server - which did not
> allow postings direct -

I do NOT want to see my email address forwarded to a news server !!!

Regards,
Wolfgang

1997\03\26@213306 by Alan Nickerson

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Harold Hallikainen wrote:

 On Wed, 26 Mar 1997 08:04:35 -0600 "Don D. Hiatt"
 <.....hiattKILLspamspam@spam@CIG.MOT.COM>
 writes:
 >(Sorry if you get this twice)
 >
 >  Have you tried "Hypermail"? You can find it at:
 >
 >        www.eit.com/software/hypermail/hypermail.html
 >

         And, does anyone know of anything that does the REVERSE,
 that is,
 a mail server that I can send requests to to get web documents
 mailed to
 me?  I recall there being stuff like that for ftp access years ago
 for
 people using UUCP connections, but can't find them now.

 Harold

I have downloaded the Hypermail Stuff, and compiled it. During inital
testing it seems to
work OK, and E-Mail addresses are NOT displayed.
I will keep updates on the progress. Any ideas are greatly accepted.

Alan Nickerson

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