To do any work with a maillist (apart from creating it) you first need to find the maillist.
The following help topics describe various ways to search for a maillist. If more than one list matches your search, you will be presented with a list of all that matched. You can select the list you wish to work with by clicking on its name. This will give a detailed description of the list you selected.
Clicking the Find Maillists menu item will display the Find Maillists page:
The search lists section allows you to perform simple wildcard searches for maillists. With it you can search for lists by name or partial name, or lists that have a particular member.
You can put an asterisk character (*) at the beginning or end of the search string to perform a wildcard search. For example, if you wanted to search for all lists with names starting with "phil" you would select the "name like:" selection from the popup menu, then type "phil*" in the search field.
Note: if you do a search by member, the results will only include maillists that you own or manage.
The search form also has a Advanced Search link. This will bring up an advanced search dialog which lets you create and save custom searches built using boolean logic functions.
If you know the name of the list you can go directly to the detailed view of the list by typing the name in the Go to maillist field, then hitting Return or clicking the Go button.
There are a number of preset searches that you can perform, to find lists you own, lists you own or manage, and lists to which you belong. Click the highlighted box to see the preset selections.
Then Select the type of search you prefer from the list.
The Search Results
Here is an example showing results being displayed