At 08:16 PM 5/29/2001 -0700, J C Lawrence wrote:
>On Tue, 29 May 2001 14:43:22 -0400
>Nick Simicich <njs @
>> My current method is to require a well known userid and password
>> to access the archives, on the principle that every gleaner is
>> stymied by having to use basic authentication.
>Which also prevents Google/Inktomi/Infoseek et al from indexing your
>list archives, something I find is fairly critical to my user base
>(they need/want public indexing).
I provide private indexing/searching. Public would probably be better, but
my users have specifically asked that I do someting to protect their e-mil
addresses from spam harvesting.
I wonder if there is a way around this (without filtering every e-mail
address statically or dynamically).
What is the specific characteristic of your list that requires public
indexing as opposed to just privately searchable indexes?
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