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From: Dave Wolfe <dwolfe @ risc . sps . mot . com>
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997 08:46:28 -0600 (CST)
To: varoca @ ictnet . es . \m.\m (V\mctor Aroca)
Cc: majordomo-users @ greatcircle . com (Majordomo user's mailing list)
In-reply-to: <33085520.6684@ictnet.es> from "V\mctor Aroca" at Feb 17, 97 01:54:56 pm
Reply-to: Dave Wolfe <david_wolfe @ risc . sps . mot . com>

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[ V\mctor Aroca writes: ]
> 
> If you set "private_who = yes" in the config file, then only subscribers
> are allowed to use the who command. But do you know how can I deny "who"
> to everyone, even to subscribers? 

Point 'restrict_post' to an empty file. /dev/null won't work because Mj
wants to create lock files in the directory.

-- 
 Dave Wolfe

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