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>>>>> "AG" == Andrea Gregg <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
AG> 1. He wants it so that with a command users can choose whether to
AG> be on digest or not. This is under the assumption that initially
AG> everyone is put on the regular, closed list and can switch to digest
AG> without him having to do anything. (i.e. approve, disapprove)
Cannot be done given how Mj currently operates. Mj does not store any
kind of "user information" other than the subscription address, unlike
listserv/listproc which stores a whole bunch of data.
Digested Mj mailing lists are themselves mailing lists "gated" from the
undigested mailing list. To switch you unsubscribe from one and
subscribe to the other.
AG> 2. He wants the list closed in the sense that subscriptions have to
AG> be approved, but not unsubscriptions. (I am fairly sure this one is
AG> not possible)
This is the default behaviour for closed mailing lists.
AG> 3. He wants a "nomail" option such as is with listserv lists so
AG> that if a user goes on vacation he can shut off his mail and then
AG> restart it upon return.
He unsubscribes and resubscribes, which is really not all that much
different from sending a nomail command followed by a mail command.
Again, this is due to the fact that Mj does not store anything other
than the subscription address.
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