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There are several sources for the message archives of PanoTools:
 
There are several sources for the message archives of PanoTools:
 
* '''proj-imim''' original List on the fh-furtwangen server by [[Helmut Dersch]]
 
* '''proj-imim''' original List on the fh-furtwangen server by [[Helmut Dersch]]
** panotools.org: http://panotools.org/mailarchive
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** panotools.org: https://panotools.org/mailarchive
  
 
* '''PanoTools''' "old" Yahoo mailing list (see also [[Talk:Message_Archives|discussion section]])
 
* '''PanoTools''' "old" Yahoo mailing list (see also [[Talk:Message_Archives|discussion section]])
** panotools.org: http://panotools.org/mailarchive
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** panotools.org: https://panotools.org/mailarchive
  
 
* '''PanoToolsNG''' "new" Yahoo mailing list (see also [[Talk:Message_Archives|discussion section]])
 
* '''PanoToolsNG''' "new" Yahoo mailing list (see also [[Talk:Message_Archives|discussion section]])
** panotools.org: http://panotools.org/mailarchive
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** panotools.org: https://panotools.org/mailarchive
** yahoo: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PanoToolsNG/messages
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** groups.io: https://groups.io/g/ptng
 
** nabble: http://panotoolsng.586017.n4.nabble.com/  
 
** nabble: http://panotoolsng.586017.n4.nabble.com/  
** NNTP: news://news.panotools.org/local.panotools.main - for details please see [[Panotools:Newsreader]]
 
  
 
An overview about the history of the various lists and reasons why they where closed on [[Panotools:History]]
 
An overview about the history of the various lists and reasons why they where closed on [[Panotools:History]]

Revision as of 21:21, 25 November 2020

Sources

There are several sources for the message archives of PanoTools:

An overview about the history of the various lists and reasons why they where closed on Panotools:History

Searching the archives

If Google and Yahoo search don't find what you need, try searching nabble or panotools.org (see above).

The archive at panotools.org currently does not provide a post feature.