>I maintain a list that has a few members with two email addresses. They
>prefer to post from one email address and receive from the other. This is
>due to university stipulations for faculty accounts (no mailing list
>subscriptions hosted from the outside). I know that in ListServ there is
>an option called 'no mail' where the person is still a member of the
>list, but doesn't get any posts. Is there any way to do this? I can't
>figure it out.
You can put up a text file inside the directory /majordomo/Lists.
Example, call the new text file:
Note, I put a period into the name of the text file. Otherwise you might
be making a new list (but that is OK too, see below).
Put into that text file all the other email addresses you allow to post.
Then set your list's restrict_post = ok-to.post:listname
What this says is that anyone with an emal address in the main list (all
the subscribers) and the file, ok-to.post can post to the list.
Or, you can even make a moderated list so no outgoing posts can hit, and
have the new moderatored list be the one that can keep these addresses.
I'd make that new list no-advertise.
Mark Rauterkus, Publisher, S.S.S. http://www.sportsurf.net
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