At 12:39 PM 7/24/95, Jeff Shepherd wrote:
>[ From the List-Managers-Digest V4 #147. /js ]
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ed Arnold)
>Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 11:07:32 -0600 (MDT)
>Subject: anti-spam features?
>I'm not on the list-managers mailing list currently. Please respond
>directly to me via email, will summarize if there are any answers.
>I'm interested in knowing if the majordomo-2 developers are going
>to include any anti-spam features in the next release, so a list
>does not have to be moderated to avoid spams. Two ideas that came
>to mind immediately:
>1) A non_member_moderate variable that would cause any posting coming from
>someone not on the list, to be bounced to the list-owner for inspection;
Already there in the released version of Majordomo (1.93); see the
"restrict_post" variable in the per-list config file.
>2) A posting_password variable that would require each member of
>a list to present a password in their posting, as a requirement of
>the posting going onto the list.
Not there; no plans to add anything like that, as far as I know.
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