I have tried to do this as well, using the same command, but I don't know
if I'm entering it correctly? Is this correct?
# noadvertise [regexp_array] (undef) <majordomo>
# If the requestor name matches one of these regexps, then the list
# will not be listed in the output of a lists command. Noadvertise
# overrides advertise.
noadvertise = /./ << END
At 2/23/99 11:21 AM -0600, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
>>>>>> "MP" == Max Pyziur <email@example.com> writes:
>MP> One which has me a bit stumped is the 'advertise' option. What do I
>MP> have to do so that the presence of a list is known to no one?
>Put /./ (three characters, slash dot slash) in noadvertise. Note that list
>members will still see the list.
>MP> It does work if I put one email address in. However, if I use a
>MP> wildcard (*) or some combination (*\@*) it doesn't have any effect.
>Majordomo1 uses Perl regular expressions here, not DOS-style wildcards.
>(You need Majordomo2 for that.)
> - J<