Standardization project, is used, instead. Thus, the names of people whose
last names, for instance, contain periods, apostrophes, or spaces, are
properly displayed (ST. IVES, O'MALLEY, and VAN DYKE), instead of
improperly (STIVES, OMALLEY, and VANDYKE).
3. Messages with responses may no longer be forwarded to broadcast to all
users. Such messages may have important information in the responses, and
as we all know, responses are not auto- forwarded to remote sites for users
with auto-forward addresses. Users who attempt to broadcast messages with
responses will be encouraged to copy the message and its responses into a
MailMan 8.0 offers you the following improvements over MailMan 7.1:
new message, which can be broadcast.
4. You can now send, forward, or filter-forward messages to H.device
(Headerless print). It will print the message, without a header, on the
device. As before, sending messages to D.device will print them with
1. MailMan date/times are now in a standard format, produced by a Kernel
API. For example, what used to be displayed as '03 Aug 02 15:32' is now
displayed as '08/03/02@15:32'.
2. MailMan no longer displays user names by taking them directly from the
.01 field of the NEW PERSON file. An API supplied as part of the Name