One more thing that I forgot to ask. How can I configure the list so
that the list owner (not the majordomo admin) can add members to the
Allan P. Magmanlac wrote:
> Thanks guys, actually this is my setup however during the test, i have
> 2 similar entries configured (1 in member list and 1 in the posters
> list) and so it messed up my testing.
> All is ok now.
> Dean Mail wrote:
>> " ... Is is possible for a list be modified to allow
>> "email@example.com" to send to the list but not be on the list of
>> recipients, or be returned if a "Who" command is done on the list? ..."
>> In your Majordomo lists directory, add a file (or create a list)
>> called "posters" (or call it whatever you'd like).
>> Put firstname.lastname@example.org in that file.
>> In your config file for the list to which you want email@example.com
>> to be able to post, add "posters" (or whatever you've named it) to
>> the "restrict_post" variable.
>> -- Dean
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