We have a list that all of our users are on, they don't have a choice
to get off it or to be put on it. It is used for administrative uses
only. We used to use a Sendmail alias, but decided that we should
protect ourselves a bit and make it into a "real" mailing list so we
can make sure that others don't send to it. I created a majordomo list
for it, made it closed, private and invisible to "lists", but...
There's a few users that I want to be able to send messages through
without being approved. I put their addresses in a file referenced by
"restrict_post" thinking that would do it. It didn't. Is that what
it's used for? Is there a way to do what I want? Thanks.
Chris D. Halverson | UNIX System Administrator
T I E S |
1925 West County Rd. B2 | voice: (612) 638-2311
Roseville, MN 55113-2791 | email: email@example.com