DMARC is an issue for all mailing lists, and mailing list managers. Recently, OnlineGroups.net and our friends at E-Democracy.org collaborated to enhance how we deal with DMARC.
Posts Tagged: GroupServer
Releasing software as open source — where everyone is free to view and tinker with the code — is both scary and liberating. However, more than that I have to be open about how I write the code, and avoid sprezzatura.
A person can have multiple email addresses with GroupServer, the system that underlies OnlineGroups.net. Multiple email addresses have a huge influence on what makes GroupServer different from the other mailing list managers. Yesterday, 27 October, marked ten years since this feature was added, so in many ways yesterday was the tenth birthday of GroupServer. To… Read more »
Today I am delighted to introduce the new design for OnlineGroups.net is which is now on all existing and new sites. You can take a tour of the new site design at http://onlinegroups.net and for a closer look, start a site of your own. OnlineGroups.net makes email work for groups. It does that by giving… Read more »
If you have a mailing list running on GNU Mailman, and you’d like to get the benefits of OnlineGroups.net, we would be happy to migrate your mailing list. OnlineGroups.net is a great way for your group members to collaborate using email. It provides an email address and an inbox for a group, just as email… Read more »
Whatever technology you use, your main challenge in getting collaboration started is going to be social. So you may as well start using simple technology and work on the social factors. Building Collaboration is a Social Problem not a Technical One Collaboration one of the holy grails of organisations. Everything will go so much better… Read more »
Recently Google removed the feature that enabled a group administrator add members directly to a GoogleGroup, without the need for the new member to take any action. Instead, the group administrator must invite new members, who must accept the invitation before joining the group. At OnlineGroups.Net, we made a similar decision a couple of years… Read more »
Setting a password is tricky.
Today, Google announced that they plan to turn off the pages and files features in Google Groups “to focus on improving the core functionality of Google Groups — mailing lists and forum discussions”. Google Group members have until November to find a new home for their files and pages, and until February 2011 to retrieve… Read more »
What would impersonal computer be like?