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Subject: Re: Restrict Post
From: Daniel Liston <dliston @ sonny . org>
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 02:37:52 -0500
To: "Gary A. Brookstein-Email/Internet Svcs" <gab @ phila . k12 . pa . us>
Cc: majordomo-users @ greatcircle . com
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The restrict_post setting in your listname.config file are
filename(s) that may be space or colon separated.  The
contents of the files contain email addresses, one per line
that are allowed to post to the listname list.

Dan Liston

Gary A. Brookstein-Email/Internet Svcs wrote:
> I set up a broadcast list with restrict-post active.
> If I enter one email address in the restrict-post-list, and that address belongs to the list owner, everything works OK.  The owner is able to broadcast to the list, and the other list members cannot.
> However, if I add two or three additional email addresses to the restrict-post-list the new additions cannot post to the list, but the owner can.
> Question:  How do I add additional users to the restrict-post-list so they too can post?  Is there a condition I did not meet in how the names appear on the list, i.e. one per line, or multiple entries per line separated by a comma or space, etc?
> Thanks!
> GB

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