[chandler-users] Email lists in Chandler ??
mimi at osafoundation.org
Tue Aug 19 07:12:33 PDT 2008
We haven't had anyone write in with scenarios like the one you're
describing. If I understand you correctly, you're looking for a
client-application that can do a lot of the mailing list
functionality that is currently handled on the server end?
This would certainly make an interesting plug-in to Chandler,
although I don't yet have a clear sense of exactly what features
would be necessary to support all the use cases you're interested in.
On Aug 11, 2008, at 6:06 AM, Al Dykes wrote:
> I am looking for an open source client that does email lists right.
> T-Bird and the others that I have tried fails badly for my needs. I
> that Chandler has no pretense of being a full function email
> client, but
> email lists is such a large part of projects and events that I
> think it fits.
> I'm not looking for a full-function list manager. .
> I would like to be able to import my list of names and email
> address and assign
> these people to "lists" and I want to associate Chandler events
> or other objects
> with one or more lists as well as specific names.
> I want to look at the email name data "by name", "by list name", or
> by Chandler event.
> For instance, editing a human name or email addy in the "by name"
> view would
> be reflected in all the lists in which the name is associated. T-
> Bird fails badly at this.
> I want to be able to keep the list of names associated with an
> specific event for future
> re-use. I expect possibly 100 events (most historical) that all
> involve subsets of the same 1,000 people. The history is
> important to me.
> I would like to be able to send an email message to "all" (or any
> other list name)
> that allows a yes or no response and a nice interface that would
> allow me to make
> a new list from the positive responses. ir to add them to an
> existing list.
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