Re: Newbie questions
Romaine <romaine @
Fri, 03 Jul 1998 20:42:36 +0800
At 03:07 PM 7/1/98 -0500, Ray Jones wrote:
>> 3) How can I use "who listname" while I set "private_who = no"?
>In the current version 1.94.4, there is no "private_who." It is now,
>"who_access = closed." If the latter, send the following to majordomo.
>approve listpassword who listname
>where the a in approve DOESN'T HAVE TO BE capitalized, listpassword is
>your administrative password and where listname is the name of your list.
Uh-oh, here's what I got from the server:
>>>>> approve ***** who ****-l
>**** approve: invalid command 'who'
>**** Help for Majordomo@****.edu:
>This is Brent Chapman's "Majordomo" mailing list manager, version 1.93.
> who [<list>]
> Find out who is on the named <list>.
Why didn't majordomo recognize the "who" command?
>> 4) If I subscribe some addresses like "Tom K Jones <email@example.com>" or "Joe
>> Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>", will Majordomo accept them correctly?
>I'm not even sure what you're asking here. If you mean will majordomo
>accept them if YOU do it, the answer is yes IF you do it in the following
>Send the following message to majordomo
>approve subscribe listname "Tom K Jones <email@example.com>"
>IF on the other hand, you're referring to something else such as the form
>of the address, please be more specific.
For example, I sent the command:
>approve ****** subscribe ******-l Rodrigo Espinosa Cabral
The server replied with:
>>>>> approve ****** subscribe *******-l Rodrigo Espinosa Cabral
Later the server began to bounce the messages to Rodrigo, Espinosa & Cabral.