> CA> # for L in `/bin/ls -1 | grep -v '\.'`; do
> CA> > rm -f $L.passwd
> CA> > ln MASTER.PASSWD $L.passwd
> CA> > done
Is there anything wrong with setting a master password with the
admin_passwd setting in list.config?
For example, every config file that I have on my server has an
admin_passwd = masterpassword
(where masterpassword) is a password. Then each list has its
own list.passwd file with a unique password within. This lets
me give a unique password out to each list owner, yet keep a
master password for me to use on all lists without having to
look it up.
Since the .config files are set 660 and owned by majordomo.majordomo,
anyone with access to the server can't see what the settings are.
Anything wrong with this setup?