> For openers, "who" access is not closed. Any list member can get a
> listing by sending "who majordomo-users" to
> Depending on how who access is controlled in the list config, non
> may have who access too. Even if only list members have who access,
> that's foolish.
I had a similar problem with someone running MD;
it is my usual action to initiate a who command when involved,
persoanlly with people on a list, in that manner should the list go down
I have emailaddresses with which to contact other list members: when one
of the list I belonged to was shut down I essentially maintained teh
communication by emptying one of my dead lists and moving the who list
I was acused of "hacking the data base" of the former listr etc.
basically the "who" command is a very important feature for close nit
groups, bu tit can be misused.
I generally restrict who in every list I run as most are vwery subject
all one has to do is log in send "who" command and log out