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Author: Gregory Matthews
To: oxlug
Subject: [OxLUG] Re: [OxLUG Announce] oxlug.org mailing lists moved to mailman 3
gosh, has it really been a year since anyone posted...?

On 24/04/2022 15:45, Dominic Hargreaves wrote:
> Hi all
> As part of an upgrade to the current stable Debian release, the OxLUG
> mailing lists have been moved from mailman 2 to mailman 3.
> Mailman 3 is a complete rewrite and so the interface is quite different,
> but the functionality is mostly the same. The new web interface is at
> http://lists.oxlug.org/mailman3/postorius/lists/ and the user manual
> is https://docs.mailman3.org/en/latest/userguide.html.
> If you want to log in and manage your subscription, you'll need to sign
> up for an account to set a password - your old list password is no
> longer applicable. You'll also need to do this to browse the private
> archives from the new interface.
> The public list archives (covering posts from 2002 onwards) are still
> at https://lists.oxlug.org/archives/ and are separate from the mailman
> system, using lurker.
> Let me know if anything looks amiss.
> Cheers
> Dominic

Greg Matthews              07795 952895
Scientific Computing Operations Manager
Diamond Light Source Ltd Oxfordshire UK

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