On Sat, 8 Jul 1995, Don Yuniskis wrote:
> # again is to make the list "closed". If I remember correctly (and my memory
> # has bee quite shoddy over the last little while), making the list "closed"
> # will result in having the mail bounced to the list owner to be approved
> # before being sent to the rest of the list. Therefore, you, as list admin,
> A closed list is one in which subscription requests must be approved by the
> list owner. A moderated list is one in which messages postings must be
> approved by the "moderator".
> # will get the spamming (to be approved or disapproved), and the members of
> # the list will be spared. Not too sure that making the list "moderated" is
> # quite the way you want to go in this case..."closing" it may be more
> # appropriate. And yes, it'll have to be done by your majordomo admin.
> This can be done by whomever has the administrative password for the list
> in question.
I stand corrected. :)
(Told you my memory has been shoddy...gotta blame it on schoolwork. ;) )
Edmund "Ead" Gin, email@example.com
Undergraduate Student, Department of Chemical Engineering
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"And you run and you run to catch up with the sun, but it's sinking,
And racing around to come up behind you again.
The sun is the same in a relative way, but you're older,
Shorter of breath, and one day closer to death." --Pink Floyd