ezmlm-web documentation:

* added hints regarding dependencies of gpg-ezmlm
* added hints for checking, if the modules are installed properly
lars 14 years ago
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gpg-ezmlm will handle your incoming and outgoing mails. It does not
support all the features of ezmlm-idx, but it should suffice for the
specialized needs of encrypted communication for small groups.
gpg-ezmlm additionally requires at least the following modules:
Digest::MD5 http://search.cpan.org/search?module=Digest::MD5
File::Sync http://search.cpan.org/search?module=File::Sync
Install the perl module Mail::Ezmlm (>=0.08) to access gpg-ezmlm. You can
download it from
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2) Installation
Grab gpg-ezmlm:
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make install
Check if gpg-ezmlm works by executing the following:
perl -mGpgEzmlm </dev/null
For users of the debian package for Mail::Ezmlm:
By default gpg-ezmlm installs its script to /usr/bin. Since the debian
package of Mail::Ezmlm (libemail-ezmlm-perl) does not check the
location of gpg-ezmlm, you may need to symlink them to /usr/local/bin.
ln -s /usr/bin/gpg-ezmlm-send.pl /usr/local/bin/
ln -s /usr/bin/gpg-ezmlm-manage.pl /usr/local/bin/
Check if Mail::Ezmlm is installed properly by running the following:
perl -mMail::Ezmlm </dev/null
perl -mMail::Ezmlm::GpgKeyRing </dev/null
perl -mMail::Ezmlm::GpgEzmlm </dev/null
3) Setup of ezmlm-web
Support for encrypted mailing lists can be enabled by setting the