> We have a majordomo list where the owner wants to restrict posting to
> list members. This was set by using the subscription list as the file,
> i.e. in the <list>.config we have:
> restrict_post = fortility
> This still prevented one person posting, because she used an email
> cluster where each host put its own name in the from lines.
A more general solution, which I use, is to have a file called alternates,
in which you put any alternate addresses people use for posting.
Mungedomain cannot possibly handle a user who also posts from their aol
account, for example. Then restrict_post looks like:
restrict_post = fortility:alternates
If you have a digest version, you'll want that there too. I keep alternates
in the lists directory, which is where majordomo looks (which makes it a
real list, for whatever that's worth).
For my own convenience, I use the following format in alternates:
alternate@address (listname subscribed@address)
This makes restrict_post practical, and it sure keeps the spam away....
Paul Close firstname.lastname@example.org http://reality.sgi.com/employees/pdc/
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