>>>>> "TY" == Tommy Yan <email@example.com> writes:
TY> There is a suggestion to set "restrict_post" so only the list owner can
TY> However, the list is a moderated list and not an announcement-only list.
TY> But I want to make it easy for the list owner to post bulletins and
TY> announcements from time to time.
So why not just follow the suggestion? Did you try it? In exactly what
way did it not do what you want?
restrict_post acts almost exactly like moderate=yes, except that moderate
requires that all posts be approved, while restrict_post requires that
posts from those not on the supplied list of addresses to be approved. So
giving restrict_post a file with one address in it lets that address post
while all other messages are sent to the moderator. In other words,
restrict_post implicitly turns on moderation, then excludes addresses from
TY> In other words, I am looking for ways to make the list in general a
TY> moderated list, but the list owner can post to it like it is an
TY> unmoderated list - without having to go through the "Approved: PASSWORD"
TY> and blank line thing.
Exactly as the suggestion provides.