Not free-software related (but run on Mailman because the tech should be free-software).
Also, I should be paying *just* for the mailing list, not gouged for a bundled of other services.
And, by “a mailing list”, I mean “one for now, but if I like the service, arbitrarily more as I get around to wanting them”. Because Mailman AFAICT makes that easy for the site administrator to do.
@bignose Obviously you'll have to setup DNS to direct your mailing list host to the provider (e.g. lists.yourdomain.com) which is a cost outside the provider's scope.
@neildarlow yep, DNS is already hosted, so I want to be able to point an address record under my control (list.example.com) to the mailing list service, have that service claim to be list.example.com when appropriate, and have it all correct.
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