>BS> I was in Europe and missed the discussion, but if the consensus was
>BS> that it would be nice to toggle moderation (which I see as a much
>BS> higher priority than the other configuration options),
>I don't know if everyone would agree with you. I modify taboo_headers much
>more often, for instance.
I'm not referring to how OFTEN they get modified, but how URGENTLY.
When I switch a list to moderated status, it is usually in response to a
>Remember that we're trying to case off use of those dropping files
>completely? They work in mysterious ways, their overloading behavior is
>uncertain and they require direct access to the server. Why not just edit
>the aliases and add -A?
Huh? This is much riskier and requires root access (I assume you refer
to aliases for sendmail), and it is pretty hard to do remotely. Keep in
mind that what I suggested was some way to send a message to Mj saying
"I want to moderate this list" without requiring root access or login
access to the server.
Bill Silvert, Habitat Ecology Section, Bedford Institute of Oceanography,
P. O. Box 1006, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CANADA B2Y 4A2, Tel. (902)426-1577