put one address, a local address in the list "list", have this address
set up as an alias that points to a file in your local aliases file in
/etc/aliases, write me if you're confused!
On Thu, 25 May 1995, Marc Russell wrote:
> I want to set up a moderated list that has no subscribers, but posts its
> mail to a file. The way I have it at the moment is this:
> list:"|/usr/local/sbin/majordomo-1.93/wrapper resend -l list -f list -h
> foo.bar.com list-outgoing"
> Since the list is moderated, all messages sent to it go to the owner.
> That works. Then the owner approves the message. From there, I'm
> confused. I was hoping that, in the list file, I could have a pipe
> rather than an address. Is this possible?
> The other thing I tried was to set list-outgoing so that it executed a
> script that writes to a file, but that didn't work, either.
> Does anyone have a clue as to how I could do this?
> email@example.com [Washington State Information Exchange (InfoX)]