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Subject: Re: no_who and a password?
From: "John P. Rouillard" <rouilj @ cs . umb . edu>
Date: Wed, 05 Apr 1995 18:49:58 -0400
To: Kevin at Freeside Support <kevintx @ fc . net>
Cc: majordomo-users @ greatcircle . com
In-reply-to: Your message of "Wed, 05 Apr 1995 12:06:23 CDT." <199504051706.MAA05889@freeside.fc.net>


It does? That's news to me. I don't find any reference to in in
config_parse.pl for version 1.93. Are you sure that isn't a local
hack?

In message <199504051706.MAA05889@freeside.fc.net>,
Kevin at Freeside Support writes:

>The Majordomo 1.93 config file adds:
>
>        # no_who             [bool] (no) <majordomo>
>        # If set to yes, then the requestor must provide a password in
>        # order to use the who command.
>no_who            =   yes
>
>But I don't see any mention in the documentation of the syntax for giving 
>that password.. I'm sure it's something simple but the few things I 
>guessed didn't get me anywhere.
>
>thanks,
>kevin
>-- 
>kevintx@fc.net support@fc.net          Freeside Communications 512-339-6094
>(providing quality Internet access and services in beautiful Austin, Texas)


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