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Paul V was at one point trying to create a list of all the available mailing lists. Like all manually maintained lists, if it hasn't already, it will probably eventually fall out of date through lack of maintenance, though... <searches> [link]

The two premier RISC OS email clients, Messenger Pro and Pluto, are both able to handle mailing lists in such a way as to make them 'feel' like newsgroups from the users' POV. Granted, that doesn't help when viewing your email by other means (such as webmail) - but as Druck said, using a different POP3 mailbox for all mailing list traffic solves that easily enough.

 is a RISC OS UserVinceH on 18/5/06 8:32PM
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