Mailing lists are the primary communication channel of the Apache Jackrabbit project. See the Apache mailing list and email contribution pages for general information about mailing list usage and the expected behaviour on the mailing lists.
The following lists are used by the Apache Jackrabbit project:
|Jackrabbit Announcements Listfirstname.lastname@example.org||subscribe||unsubscribe|
|Jackrabbit Users Listemail@example.com||subscribe||unsubscribe|
|Jackrabbit Development Listfirstname.lastname@example.org||subscribe||unsubscribe|
|Jackrabbit Commits Listemail@example.com||subscribe||unsubscribe|
|Oak Development Listfirstname.lastname@example.org||subscribe||unsubscribe|
|Oak Commits Listemail@example.com||subscribe||unsubscribe|
If you have trouble unsubscribing from Jackrabbit mailing lists, you probably have subscribed some other address than the one you’re trying to unsubscribe. To find out the address you are subscribed with, look for a Return-Path header in the source of one of the messages you’ve received from the mailing list. It should contain something like firstname.lastname@example.org which means that you’re subscribed with email@example.com. You can turn that into an unsubscription request by replacing the “return-1234” part (the numbers change per message) with “unsubscribe”, like this: firstname.lastname@example.org. Send a message to that address to unsubscribe.
Please do not send unsubscription requests directly to the normal mailing list addresses. If you have trouble unsubscribing and the above instructions don’t work, you can ask email@example.com for help.
The Jackrabbit mailing lists are archived in many places that provide different features for browsing and searching the archives.
|Archive site||Jackrabbit Archives|
|Apache||announce users dev commits|
|The Mail Archive||users dev|
|MarkMail||All Jackrabbit lists|
The raw list archives are also available as compressed mbox files at http://jackrabbit.apache.org/mail/.