I've launched many email lists over the years, mostly Mac-related. The lists for Mac Standard Basic (begun June 1997) and REALbasic (started October 1, 1997) have taken on lives of their own independent of me and Low End Mac. We moved our email lists to Google Groups in 2006.
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- LEM Swap List, 2000.09.04, is a place for Mac users to list personal items for sale or items they would like to buy. The group has over 3,700 members.
Mac OS Lists
- System 6 Group, 2001.03.23, is for anyone using System 6.0.x. The group has over 250 members.
- Mac OS 9 Group, 2006.01.27, is for those using Mac OS 9 as either a freestanding operating system or in Classic mode with OS X. The group has over 800 members.
- Unsupported OS X, 2001.08.30, is for those running (or attempting to run) Mac OS X on unsupported hardware. The group has 193 members.
- Puma Group, 2006.06.27. This list covers OS X 10.1.x, and has 90 members.
- Jaguar Group, 2006.03.28. This list covers OS X 10.2.x and has 215 members.
- Panther Group, 2006.04.08. This list covers OS X 10.3.x and has over 360 members.
- Tiger Group, 2006.04.08. This list covers OS X 10.4.x, and has over 500 members.
- Leopard Group, June 2007. For Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6. The group has over 480 members.
- MaXlist, 1999.05.19, is for Mac folk learning Linux, BSD, and other Unix-derived operating systems. Current membership is 239.
- Mac Canada, 1999.10.27, is for Mac users in Canada. The group has over 330 members.
- Mac UK, 2000.07.31, is for Mac users in the United Kingdom. Current membership is 262.
- Outback Mac, 1999.11.01, is for Mac users in Australia and New Zealand. The list currently has 138 members.
- MichiMac, 2000.11.16, is for Mac users in Michigan, where Low End Mac is headquartered. We have 95 Michigan Mac users on the list.
- 1st PowerMacs, 2000.04.25, replaced the old PowerMacs list for pre-PCI users. The group has over 250 members.
- G-Books, 2001.03.01, is for G3 iBook and PowerBook users. We have over 1,050 members.
- G4 'Books Group, May 2006. This list covers G4 PowerBooks and iBooks. It has more than 630 members.
- G-List (a.k.a. G3-5 List), 1999.12.27, is for PowerMac G3, G4, and G5 users. The group has over 1,600 members.
- iMac Group, 1998.06.29, is for users and fans of the iMac. The group has over 970 members.
- MacBook Group, Feb. 2006. The group has over 730 members.
- Macintel Group, 2006.01.11, is for those using or considering Intel-based Macs. The group has more than 550 members.
- Mac mini Group, 2006.01.11, is for buying or considering purchase of a Mac mini. The group has 345 members.
- Mac Pro Group, August 2006. The group has 330 members.
- Modbook Group, Jan. 2007. Covers the Axiotronic Modbook. The group has 105 members.
- PCI PowerMacs, 2000.04.25, replaced the old PowerMacs list for PCI Power Mac and clone users. The group has over 475 members.
- PowerBooks, 1998.06.19, is for users of pre-G3 PowerBooks and other portable Mac OS computers. The group has more than 530 members.
- PowerMacs, 1998.06.20-2000.04.25, was for users of Power Macs and PPC-based Mac OS compatibles. It has been replaced by 1st PowerMacs (for pre-PCI models), PCI PowerMacs (for pre-G3 PCI models), and G-List (for G3/G4 machines)
- Rocketeer (a.k.a. Radius Rocket), 2000.11.10, is our group for Radius Rocket users. Membership is at 64.
- Vintage Macs, 1998.06.18, is for users of pre-PowerPC Macs. This includes the compact Macs, the entire Mac II series, Quadras, and several LC and Performa models. Current membership is above 1,300.
Mac Clone Lists
- Powerlist, 2000.08.08, is for users of Power Computing computers. We have 188 members.
- StarMax, 2001.01.02, is for Motorola StarMax users, as well as other clones based on Motorola motherboards. The group has 100 members.
- SuperMacs, 1998.06.20, is for user of Umax SuperMac computers. 192 SuperMac users are members.
Mac Focus Lists
- Mac Network, 2000.06.20, is for anything related to Mac networking: LocalTalk, ethernet, modems, AirPort, Remote Access, connection sharing, etc. Membership is 174.
- Mac-N-DOS, 2000.08.18, is a list for those who have to use or support both Macs and Windows. Membership is 74.
- Mac Video Group, Feb. 2008. The group has 133 members.
- Replacing Claris Home Page, Feb. 2008. The group has 40 members.
- Apple2list (a.k.a Apple II List), 2000.06.18, is for Apple II users. It has over 290 members.
- LisaList, 2000.06.18, is for Lisa users. The group has 182 members.
- NewtonList, 2000.11.16, is for Newton users. To date we have 190 members.
- Compact Macs, 1999.07.26 to 2006.01, specifically dealt with compact Macs from the 128K through the Colour Classic II. The list had 443 members when it was merged with Vintage Macs in Jan. 2006.
- Quadlist, 1997.11.10 to 2006.01, was our first email list. Created for users of 68040-based Macs, it had 447 members when it was discontinued and ws the parent, grandparent, or great-grandparent of all our other lists. The list was merged with Vintage Macs in Jan. 2006.
- MacToMac. It is now known as the Mac2Mac list and is managed by Andrew Michael MacTao.
- Apple TV List
- iPhone List
- iPod List
- Mac Webmasters
- Old Mac MP covered old (pre-G3) multiprocessor Macs and clones. We suggest joining PCI PowerMacs, as it's focus completely overlaps that of Old Mac MP.
Cult of Mac
Shrine of Apple
The Mac Observer
Accelerate Your Mac
The Vintage Mac Museum
Mac Driver Museum
System 6 Heaven
System 7 Today
the pickle's Low-End Mac FAQ