[Mailman-Developers] Non-member filters
msapiro at value.net
Sat Dec 4 17:30:56 CET 2004
Simmo Siil wrote:
>But now i have new problem.
>I have 3 lists, which are in at domeen.com out at domeen.com office at domeen.com
>and they all are in all at domeen.com.
>When i send email to all at domeen.com whitch has the users in,out & office,
>then i get next message form all of them:
><name> post from name at domeen.com requires approval
>Reason: Message has implicit destination
>When i aprove the message it will sent. how i can solve this problem?
You can enable full personalization on the all list which isn't
expensive if the other three lists are the only members. This requires
OWNERS_CAN_ENABLE_PERSONALIZATION = Yes
in mm_cfg.py to make the list settings available.
Or, you can go to Privacy options...->Recipient filters for the in, out
and office lists and either turn off require_explicit_destination or
add all at domeen.com or a regular expression to acceptable_aliases.
>And then second question.
>If i send mail to the all at domeen.com and have prefixes then it will
>look like that:
>[office] [all] <subject>
>How i can to so that if i send email to all then it has only [all]
>but when i send to office then it also has [office] prefix.
I don't know a way to do this.
>Or is ther eny other way how i can make lists with sub lists (listes under
>all at domeen = in at domeen, out at domeen, office at domeen
>in at domeen = xxx at domeen + users (user at domeen)
>xxx at domeen = users (user at domeen)
>out & office at domeen = users (user at domeen)
Visit the mailman FAQ at http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/faqw-mm.py and
see article 3.5 for other suggestions.
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