In each .config file,....set either:
which_access = closed -or-
which_access = list
The first is the most secure, the second allows members of a list to
interogate Majordomo for all addressees of thte list he/she is subscribed
to. These seem to shore this hole up fairly nicely.
On Fri, 5 Nov 1999, Brad Griffin wrote:
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> Hi all.
> I tested this on majordomo at my university. It returned a 1.034
> megabyte file amounting to 319 pages of potential spam addressees.
> No, I didn't count the addresses :o)
> Does anyone have a suggestion on how this can be disabled/fixed?
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> Brad Griffin
> Infotech undergrad & e-mail addict
> CQU Rockhampton, Australia
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