Have a look at the list-owner-info file that comes with your majordomo.
This explains majordomo commands that are not available via the "help"
command as an end user.
Without being a member of your list, but by being the list-owner, you
can always use commands followed by a password to override security on
an individual list.
approve <passwd> who <list>
This allows you to get the list of addresses for your
anonymous list. Without the password, even the list owner can
not see who is on the list.
Javi Diaz wrote:
> Hi all,
> just a question:
> I'm the owner of a majordomo list, and I want to make a WHO command.
> When I send the WHO command to majordomo, he says:
> >>>> who list-name
> **** List 'list-name' is a private list.
> **** Only members of the list can do a 'who'.
> **** You [ <my_email@address> ] aren't a member of list 'list-name'.
> because I'm no not a member of this list.
> BUT I'm the owner of this list. Is not possible to the list owner to
> have access to the WHO command if he/she is not inside the list?