go into the config file for the list and turn on susbcribe policy
it's at the end,
after this is done
the owner must approve all subscribe requests
On Thu, 6 Apr 1995, Brian Clapper wrote:
> I've recently installed Majordomo 1.93; I like it a lot. However, I've
> perused all the docs I can get my hands on (including the FAQ), and I can't
> figure out how to exclude certain addresses from subscribing. That is, I
> can easily keep internal lists from showing up on the "lists" command by
> using "noadvertise" and "advertise" appropriately. However, if someone
> happens to know the name of an internal list, he can subscribe to it. Is
> there a mechanism that permits me to say, in effect, "Only permit the
> 'subscribe' command from addresses matching these regular expressions."?
> It seems like a logical extension to the (no)advertise concept.
> Did I miss something in my reading? Or is this capability unavailable?
> Brian M. Clapper firstname.lastname@example.org
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