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MarkMail mail archives have uploaded half a million Perl emails

by clinton (Priest)
on Mar 28, 2008 at 10:09 UTC ( #676941=perlnews: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

MarkMail provides a very flexible search interface to over 8 million emails from thousands of mailing list archives, and they have just uploaded 530,000 emails from Perl archives dating back to 1999.

The Perl specific home page also shows the trend of email traffic per month since 1999.

From their FAQ:

  • MarkMail lets you search millions of emails across thousands of mailing lists
  • Search using keywords as well as from:, subject:, extension:, and list: constraints
  • The GUI doesn't yet expose it, but you can negate any search item, like -subject:jira.
  • Subdomains are list constraining, so tomcat.markmail.org searches tomcat lists
  • Use "n" and "p" keyboard shortcuts to navigate the search results
  • You're going to want JavaScript enabled
  • You can stay current with the MarkMail blog

Comment on MarkMail mail archives have uploaded half a million Perl emails
Re: MarkMail mail archives have uploaded half a million Perl emails
by tinita (Parson) on Mar 28, 2008 at 16:42 UTC

    You're going to want JavaScript enabled
    well, a first glance tells me it's a cool tool. thanks for the link.

    offtopic: but i wonder why websites requiring javascript don't tell visitors to enable it? i usually recognize that i have to enable it if i see one or more blank areas on the site. but why not add a simple <noscript>Enable Javascript</noscript>?

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