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On 24/08/2020 14:58, sophi wrote:
and something I didn't investigate yet

That's just an eye catchy manager for a mailing list, right?

There is a Discourse plug-in for mailing list but it's read only which
is not what we want.

In the corporate Discourse development I led circa 2016-2017, I had a
mailman bridge active on Discourse. People using the mailing list could
use the email address I defined on Discourse and the message/topic was
being written/created on the Discourse instance for the specific
category in place. I cannot recall how I did this though (don't have
access to that infra any more), required some additional Ruby code to be
written. If I succeeded to do this in the past, I'm pretty sure this is
doable again in 2020 ^-^

Do you have a link to that plugin? Maybe they removed the code in charge
of handling emails? Indeed I don't see any **recent** mention of
bridging between emails and discourse :/ Haven't (re)investigated tough.

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