On Thu, 15 May 2014, Jodi Schneider wrote:
people still use elm?
I'm personally using the 'patterns-filters2' rule in alpine for managing
my mailing lists.
I've considered switching to mutt, but I haven't used elm or its
derivatives in over a decade. (elm didn't have good MIME support, and I
was getting tired of jumping through hoops for every attachment...
although, it was *much* better than pine if you were connecting at 1200
baud, as it didn't redraw the screen constantly)
> On Thu, May 15, 2014 at 6:09 PM, Eric Lease Morgan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I have done my initial best to configure the mailing list to support a
>> jobs topic, and I've blogged about how you can turn off or turn on the jobs
>> listings.  From the blog:
>> The Code4Lib community has also spawned job postings. Sometimes
>> these job postings flood the mailing list, and while it is
>> entirely possible use mail filters to exclude such postings,
>> there is also "more than one way to skin a cat". Since the
>> mailing list uses the LISTSERV software, the mailing list has
>> been configured to support the idea of "topics", and through this
>> feature a person can configure their subscription preferences to
>> exclude job postings. Here's how. By default every subscriber to
>> the mailing list will get all postings. If you want to turn off
>> getting the jobs postings, then email the following command to
>> [log in to unmask]:
>> SET code4lib TOPICS: -JOBS
>> If you want to turn on the jobs topic and receive the notices,
>> then email the following command to [log in to unmask]:
>> SET code4lib TOPICS: +JOBS
>> Sorry, but if you subscribe to the mailing list in digest mode,
>> then the topics command has no effect; you will get the job
>> postings no matter what.
>> Special thanks go to Jodi Schneider and Joe Hourcle who pointed
>> me in the direction of this LISTSERV functionality. Thank you!
>> The LISTSERV topics feature is new to me, and I hope it works as
>> advertised. I think it will.
>>  blog posting - http://bit.ly/1nSCG2u
>> Eric Lease Morgan, Mailing List Owner