For over a year we have been running several groups successfully on
Topicbox and are very satisfied with the service. In Topicbox a
discussion area is called a “group”, and each group works like a mailing
list. In fact, Topicbox’s slogan is “Group email for teams”, so by
default you receive emails of all posts to the group, and you can also
reply by email. But if you prefer, you can use the web -
https://discuss.thunderbird.net/latest <https://discuss.thunderbird.net/latest>is one useful view.
On 4/1/21 8:16 AM, Will Mische wrote:
> On Mon, 29 Mar 2021 16:25:11 -0400
> Wayne Mery <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Greetings contributors.
>> This mailing list will be retired in just a few days.
> Email application discussion group stops using email for discussions and
> moves to inconvenient junk filled spyware nonsense in a web browser.
Just to be clear for others ...
No, Thunderbird isn't stopping email for discussions. And Thunderbird
isn't using what Mozilla is doing with their mailing lists. Perhaps you
are distracted by Topicbox's web pages?
First and foremost, Topicbox is a provider of MAILING LISTS.
And Topicbox is better than mailman. You don't need to set and remember
a password. It also has a unified UI for all mailing lists - not
multiple web pages, one per mailing list.