That's what I thought. My hosting service is a little less than expedient so I could take
care of it myself. Thanks again!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bulletin Admin [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, September 23, 2000 5:54 PM
> To: email@example.com; majordomo-users@GreatCircle.COM
> Subject: Re: Creating a new list
> On 09/23/2000 at 11:39 Christopher Whalen wrote:
> >My lists are managed remotely and hosted by a my web hosting service. They had
> to setup my
> >initial lists which are working properly. Is there a way for me to create new lists
> >without having my WPP set them up for me? I know there is a command to display
> what lists
> >are available on a certain account, but is there a remote command I can use or
> a process I
> >can use via telnet to setup a new list?
> Are you trying to bypass the hosting outfit? I think it depends on what
> permission is granted the telnet session because you will have to edit the
> aliases file and rehash it as well. Usually, you will ask the hosting outfit to
> create the list for you and then send you the newinfo and newintro file for you
> to config and you're done. Don't know a backdoor route.
> >Thanks for any insight.
> >Christopher Whalen
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