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Subject: majordomo command html page
From: "Mike Winnett" <mwinnett @ satchmo . win-uk . net>
Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2001 11:47:46 -0000
To: "majordomo-users" <majordomo-users @ GreatCircle . COM>

I wrote some html pages to send off majordomo commands for maintianing
my own lists , Dan Liston thought this might be of use to some of the
less experienced list-owners (like me!)    Dan has modified some of my
html to make it more generic, I hope you find it useful, please feel
free to copy and distribute for any non-profit use.    You just need to
copy and paste the code into any plain text editor (like notepad) and
save as a html file, and open it in your browser, (I use netscape
communicator.)

===================================CUT HERE>>>

<HTML>
<TITLE> MAJORDOMO LIST COMMAND PAGE </TITLE>
<BODY>

<H1> USER/OWNER SUB/UNSUB </H1>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=(un)subscribe%20listname(-digest)%20EMAILADDRESS&
subject=USER-(UN)SUB%20listname(-digest)">
USER SUB listname(-digest)</a><br>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=approve%20password%20(un)subscribe%20listname(-digest)%20EMAILADDRE
SS&
subject=OWNER-(UN)SUB%20listname(-digest)">
OWNER SUB listname(-digest)</a><br>

<H1> WHO OPEN/CLOSED </H1>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=who%20listname(-digest)&
subject=who%20listname(-digest)">
OPEN WHO listname(-digest)</a><br>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=approve%20password%20who%20listname(-digest)&
subject=who%20listname(-digest)">
CLOSED WHO listname(-digest)</a><br>

<H1> READ/WRITE TEXTFILES </H1>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=info%20listname(-digest)&
subject=get%20listname(-digest)%20info">
GET listname(-digest) INFO</a><br>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=newinfo%20listname(-digest)%20password&
subject=put%20listname(-digest)%20info">
PUT listname(-digest) INFO</a><br>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=intro%20listname(-digest)&
subject=get%20listname(-digest)%20intro">
GET listname(-digest) INTRO</a><br>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=newintro%20listname(-digest)%20password&
subject=put%20listname(-digest)%20intro">
PUT listname(-digest) INTRO</a><br>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=config%20listname(-digest)%20password&
subject=get%20listname(-digest)%20config">
GET listname(-digest) CONFIG</a><br>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=newconfig%20listname(-digest)%20password&
body=%20&
body=full%20listname.config%20file%20goes%20here&
body=EOF&
subject=put%20listname(-digest)%20config">
PUT listname(-digest) CONFIG</a><br>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=writeconfig%20listname(-digest)%20password&
subject=update%20config%20file">
UPDATE listname(-digest) CONFIG</a><br>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=passwd%20listname(-digest)%20old_password%20new_password&
subject=change%20passwd%20file">
CHANGE listname(-digest) PASSWD</a><br>

<H1> DIGEST </H1>

<a href="mailto:majordomo@example.org?
body=mkdigest%20listname-digest%20listname-digest-outgoing%20password&
subject=makedigest%20listname">
FORCE A DIGEST</a><br>

<H1> POST </H1>

<a href="mailto:listname@example.org?
body=your%20text%20here&
subject=some%20subject%20here">
POST to listname</a> (a digest is never posted to)<br>

<a href="mailto:listname@example.org?
body=Approved:%20password&
body=BOUNCEd%20message%20with%20headers%20goes%20here&
subject=%20">
APPROVE POST to listname</a><br>

<p> , <a href="mwinnett@satchmo.win-uk.net"> this html written by Mike
Winnett to simplify majordomo list maintenance.</a><br>

</BODY></HTML>






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