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On Tue, 2004-01-27 at 06:06, Fulton Green wrote:
> The Sympa mailing list engine ( www.Sympa.org ) claims to be able to
> protect addresses by either the @/" AT " substitution paradigm or
> JavaScript mangling.  

Knowing this, any harvesting program can do the inverse.

> It can also add an additional level of protection
> to web archives of the mailing list by requiring a form-generated cookie
> to be eaten by the client before the archive can be seen.
> However, I believe we're using Mailman ...

Mailman supports password protected archives.... BUT, this breaks
htdig.  The best way I have seen is to use .htacess to restrict the