Why does this particular group get advertised with list commands when:
advertise << END
noadvertise << END
>From the FAQ:
HOW CAN I HIDE LISTS SO THEY CAN'T BE VIEWED BY 'LISTS'?
That is what advertise and noadvertise are for. The two keywords take
regular expressions that are matched against the from address of the
sender. A list display follows the rules:
1. If the from address is on the list, it is shown.
2. If the from address matches a regexp in noadvertise (e.g. /.*/)
the list is not shown.
3. If the advertise list is empty, the list is shown unless 2
4. If the advertise list is non-empty, the from address must match an
address in advertise. Otherwise the list is not shown. Rule 2
applies, so you could allow all hosts in umb.edu except hosts in
I would seem that I've done the right thing.
David Thompson, Systems Programmer
Computer Center/CSU Northridge
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