On Thu, 29 Oct 1998, Bill Silvert wrote:
> and all you have to do is reply with a message saying "OK". It will only
> accept one approval for the token A879DA1A of course. But there is a
> problem with this. On the lists I run the owner sometimes wants to make
> changes before approving -- for example, it is common for someone to
> include a long message, signatures and all, at the end of a short but
> worthwhile posting. (Since these are my colleagues, I tend to be pretty
> lenient abut these matters.) Complex MIME postings with vcards are a
> particular bete noir.
Listserv already deals with this. I'm not sure HOW it is dealt
with, as I have not run a moderated list (edited with list members being
editors), and on my lists I have not had to deal with editing messages.
Now I realise there are various other reasons for using majordomo (I think
cost is probably one of the biggest reasons, for most people who use it),
but most of the features that people are looking for are already in
listserv, but I must say that I am MOST impressed with the taboo headers,
and taboo body capability, that is a feature that is not avalable (to my
knowledge) in listserv.
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