Just do a 'restrict-post' list using a manually maintained authorised
list (or you can have it pulling from another Mjd list that it can
"see") as the 'restrict_post =' value. Then just have the senders
address in the "allowed" list but not in the actual list that the
message is being sent to. That will allow them to send but not receive.
There is a discription of the 'restrict_post =' value in the config
settings file. Send 'config <list> <admin-passwd>' to your Mjd address
(usually majordomo@[domain.name]) and you should be able to read up on
what needs to be done.
Note the above will prevent the list from sending to it's self too so
you might need to work around that if you want them to send too.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Henning Heil
Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 7:45 PM
Subject: post but not recieve with 1.94.5
I posted a message here some days ago but did not receive an answer,
maybe the subject was not choosen good enough or simply nobody knew a
solution. One more try with a more short and direct problem description:
I am running majordomo 1.94.5 and want to have adresses to be able to
post but not recieve messages from the list.
(Why? I want to use shorter e-mail-adresses as entry adresses for the
lists, e.g. a mail to email@example.com shell be forwarded to
then being processed there.)
Can anyone help me out how to accomplish that? I googled two more days
but could not find a solution.
Thanks for your help (if any comes),