[Mailman-Users] Re: Topic hack to streamline use of topics.

2020-10-15 Thread Grant Taylor via Mailman-Users

On 10/15/20 4:08 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
Actually, as I note in another post, the header is Keywords:, not 
Topics:. That was my error.


*nod*nod*

I was following your lead.

Simple mistakes happen.  It's how we correct them that matters.  ;-)



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[Mailman-Users] Re: Topic hack to streamline use of topics.

2020-10-15 Thread Mark Sapiro
On 10/15/20 1:45 PM, Grant Taylor via Mailman-Users wrote:
> While on the topic of topics ... ;-)
> 
> I implemented a hack in my LDA to search the body of messages for
> specific keywords.  When one (or more) of the keywords is found, it adds
> a specific value to the Topics: header.


Actually, as I note in another post, the header is Keywords:, not
Topics:. That was my error.


> This way, posters don't have to worry about defining the topics before
> they hit send.  It also allows me to be more granular and flexible at
> the same time.  I can create an "email" topic that will match on
> Mailman, Sendmail, Microsoft Exchange, GroupWise, etc.  (Sure, there's a
> little wiggle room in the pattern matching and logic.)
> 
> This has largely worked out very well for the lists that I've applied it
> to.
> 
> 
> 
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