>>>>> "TG" == Thomas Gramstad <email@example.com> writes:
TG> Where can I find info about how to block certain users and/or sites
TG> from subscribing?
Unfortunately Majordomo doesn't really have this functionality. You can
make the list closed (see subscribe_policy in the config file) but this
requires that you approve every request yourself. Bill Houle actually has
a patch that he might have released which does this. (I know he was
working on one.) If you have access to majordomo.cf, you can add something
to $majordomo_dont_reply to tell majordomo to ignore requests from certain
addresses altogether, but that may not be the best solution. By default it
looks something like this:
$majordomo_dont_reply = '(mailer-daemon|uucp|listserv|majordomo)\@';
You could change it to
to ignore everything from aol users. Note that majordomo-owner will be
sent a warning for every message that is ignored. (This mechainism is
intended to stop mail loops where something bounces to Majordomo which
parses the bounce and replies, causing a bounce...)
TG> I know this has to do with taboo-headers, but I can't find any info
TG> about this in the FAQ (or elsewhere on WWW).
Unfortunately taboo_headers doesn't help here. You can use it to stop
people from posting messages, but it only filters messages that pass
through the list, not commands that are sent to Majordomo itself.