[mythtv-users] [OT] Mailing Lists...

myth joe mythjoe at gmail.com
Tue Dec 7 00:57:50 UTC 2004

The answer is gmail.  Pop the messages to read offline.  Use the
faultless web interface for searching archives and browsing.

On Mon, 6 Dec 2004 19:29:18 -0500, mark <fairlane at springcom.com> wrote:
> On Thursday 06 January 2005 10:35 am, Brian LeFevre wrote:
> >
> > if gossamer threads did allow login and posting that would solve all of
> > our problems.  That would be the better for everybody solution.  You can
> > have your email and we can have forum!!!!!
> > _______________________________________________
> I subscribed to the diywelder list since it's inception.  It was an active
> mail list that solved a lot of problems.  the list owner converted it to
> forum with an email gateway 6 months ago.  The list traffic has dropped to
> almost nothing.  I posted a question there a week ago, and so far ZERO
> responses.  In my experience, forums kill mailing lists.  I like the myth
> list.  My server downloads my emails every 5 minutes.  They are always stored
> locally.  I use IMAP to access them from anywhere on my network.  Not
> terribly practical if you are on dialup, but when I had dialup a year and a
> half ago, I dialed up every hour and downloaded messages.  The myth list
> works well the way it is.  I don't see anyone changing it.
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