Wireshark Mailing Lists

For Users

Wireshark-announce · RSS

Announcements about releases and other important information concerning the Wireshark project. Low volume.
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Local archives
MARC archives
The Mail Archive

Wireshark-users · RSS

Community-driven support list for Wireshark. High volume.
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The Mail Archive

For Developers

Wireshark-dev · RSS

Developer discussion list for Wireshark. High volume.
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The Mail Archive

Wireshark-commits · RSS

Some code repository commit messages. Low volume.
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For History Enthusiasts

Wireshark-bugs · RSS

The archives below are from the project's previous web site, ethereal.com.

Ethereal-announce
Ethereal-cvs
Ethereal-dev
Ethereal-users
SMB2-protocol

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Filtering List Messages

All Wireshark mailing list messages are sent with an RFC 2919-compliant List-Id: header. If your mail software supports message filtering, you can use this header to act on a specific list.

The headers have the format "List-Id: Description listname.wireshark.org", e.g.

  List-Id: Community support list for Wireshark <wireshark-users.wireshark.org>
  

It should be sufficent to simply match against "listname.wireshark.org".