If the subscription-policy is "closed", the list owner can send back a canned
reply, to the person requesting a subscription, asking them to verify the
subscription request, and the list owner can just wait for that verification
before actually approving the subscribe request.
No changes are required to any Majordomo scripts to accomplish this.
U. of Chicago Academic Computing Services
In message <199601311435.JAA14116@smuggler.bbn.com>, "John C. Orthoefer" writes
>It's there already, sorta. Right now majordomo sends email to the
>person saying your request has been processed and kicked back to the
>list owner. This gives them a window to send e-mail the list owner
>saying, Uhhh I don't want to be on the list.
>The other argument I'm going to give is how many hoops do you want
>someone to jump though before they get on the list? Should the be
>required to send a blood sample to you though SMail? Until we get
>wide distrubution of Privicy enhanced e-mail it just isn't going to
>At the moment if you fear that someone is subscribing people who don't
>want to subscribe. It takes a human to figure it out, just hold the
>subscriptions till the person says they do infact want to be on the