What I did was create a new list, listname-nomail, which is really just a list of subscribers, a config and an alias. No mail is sent through the list, and no mail is sent from the list. The subscriber list is then included in the restrict_post line with the regular list.
At 2:41 PM -0800 2/20/01, Clayton Beaudoin wrote:
>I'm new to this list, but have been doing low level majordomo admin for
>about a year now. We host over 500 lists for the northwest conservation
>I have a group that would like to allow members to post to the interactive
>list from multiple email addresses, but only receive postings at one
>account. My solution is to add a posters entry in the restrict-post setting
>of the config file and include the list roster within the posters file,
>which also includes these additional address that don't actually want to
>To allow the list administrator to continue maintaining the roster
>(receiving postings) as always (they aren't allowed to edit the posters file
>directly, it goes through me), I'd like make the posters file point back at
>the roster while including a few additional addresses.
>The question is this: Is there any way, via pearl command or majordomo
>pointer, to essentially have the roster file be a subset of the posters
>file? To make the posters file reference the roster?
>I may not be explaining this well, please let me know if I can clarify.
>Thanks for your help.
Douglas Forrest Brewer
Ashwood Lake Photography