We have (wiki with sources) new latin words for the email service (cursus electronicus or cursus publicus electronicus), a single email (litterae electronicae or electrogramma, -tis n) and email address (Inscriptio electrica or inscriptio cursualis electronica). Now I want to talk about a mailing list.
A list might be tabulae, index or catalogus. I'm not sure wich fits best, but catalogus is rather greek and tabulae cannot be declined to plural. Let's try index.
The first idea is a list of mails: index litterarum electronicarum or (to emphasize the plural) index epistularum electronicarum
But mailing list is not really a list of mails, but of mail addresses or recipients: index inscriptionum electricarum or index acceptorum epistularum electronicarum
But in a practical sense a mailing list is not really a list of addresses, but a tool to write emails to many people at the same time. For better recognizability we may stick with index: index ad epistulas electronicas producendum or mittendum - but that is really clumsy and long.
Does anyone have a good idea for a fitting word?
Ideally we also have fitting verbs: maybe se/aliquem in indicem ... referre (subscribe), se/aliquem ab indice ... eradere (unsubscribe) and epistula electronica ad personas indicis dare (write to mailing list)