Perhaps the easiest way that I can think of is to make sure each email
message has a field identifying the mailing list. Then, when you want
to limit a search to only the messages of that list, just pre- or
post-pend " AND X-LIST" to any query.
On Sat, Nov 12, 2011 at 10:53 AM, Jason Fayre <jfayre(at)not-real.gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, I've finally gotten around to tackling this. I have another question.
> As I mentioned earlier, this server has around 200 lists. Do I need to
> generate a separte swish.cgi and swishcgi.conf file for each list? I'm
> wondering if there is a way to pass the name of the list to one central
> swish.cgi and then have it use the appropriate index.
> Sorry for the newbie questions. I'm fairly new to perl and haven't
> use swish-e before.
> On 11/8/2011 4:44 PM, Jordan Hayes wrote:
>>> The server I am working on has around 200 lists.
>> I have about 40.
>>> They want individual searches for each list. Do I need to
>>> generate separate swish-e indexes, or can I tag each message
>>> somehow so I can use just one index?
>> I think it's easier to generate an index-per-list. I could imagine ways
>> of having one big index, but that seems to be more complexity than I
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