In a small environment, you could create the listname-post
file with addresses of users that want to post to the list
from one address, but receive at the address they subscribed
with. Then add this filename to the restrict_post setting
in that list's .config file. On larger lists, this method
is nearly impossible to keep up with. Perhaps the problem
should be addressed by netzero using the same domain name
for customers reqardless of the interface those customers
use. If the same customer has the same mailbox in both
domains, perhaps the customer is at fault using .net when
they should be using .com or vice-versa. If both TLDs
put mail to her in the same mailbox, she controls her
outlook configuration, but has no control over the web
interface, she should be subscribed using the address of
the webmail interface and make a simple change to outlook.
You can not fix programatically that which is not broken.
Dean's Mail wrote:
> Hi, everyone.
> A person on a list is subscribed as firstname.lastname@example.org.
> Her Outlook Express is set with that address at home and all
> works fine.
>>From work, she accesses her mail through Netzero's web mail
> interface. When she sends mail using that interface, Netzero
> runs it through netzero.com and her address becomes
> email@example.com. So, it bounces to the list owner.
> I know that I can create a file with the .com address in it and
> add that file to the "restrict_post" variable.
> Is there a different, more elegant way of dealing with it so
> both addresses can send mail to the list but she'll only receive
> one copy of the email (instead of two, one to each address)?
> -- Dean Collins