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Mailman Documentation
On-line documentation for Mailman 2.1 is still under construction, but is organized among the following audiences:
Also see the wiki page at http://wiki.list.org/DOC/Home for possibly more recent/complete versions of the above.
Other Resources
The University of Washington has some very nice documentation on their installation of Mailman. It may be specific to UW's set up at times, but you might find it useful as a general help guide too.
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) is available to answer the most common questions. See also the community driven Mailman FAQ. Feel free to add or correct entries in the FAQ -- this is your resource for helping your colleagues.
For issues not covered in the FAQ or documentation pages above, please check the archives of the Mailman-Users mailing list. If your question is not covered in the documentation, FAQ, or list archives, then you can send your questions to the mailman-users list. We suggest you subscribe to the list first - then submit your question - so that your question will be distributed quickly to the list subscribers and replies also will be distributed quickly back to you.
Nigel Metheringham has posted a HOWTO on using Exim and Mailman together. If you're using the Exim mailer you should check this out.
The Mailman source distribution itself contains many README files for discussion of issues specific to operating system, mail transport agent, or web server.
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