[Mailman-Users] Sending a human message to the LISTNAME-request address.
Roger Pe?a Escobio
roger at infomed.sld.cu
Thu Mar 18 23:34:05 CET 1999
From: The List Server Administrator at UNH <listadm at metaphor.unh.edu>
To: mailman-users at python.org <mailman-users at python.org>
Date: Thursday, March 18, 1999 3:53 PM
Subject: [Mailman-Users] Sending a human message to the LISTNAME-request
> In investigating the differences between Mailman and ListProc, I
> noticed that the use of the `standard' list aliases are not the same.
> Specifically Mailman uses the "-request" address for contacting the
> server, while ListProc uses this address for contacting the list's
> human admin.
ListProc uses only one -request address, I think that this is better than
have a lot of -request address (like mailman) all doing (basically) the
same., after all , the list manager is mailman, not the list in question.
> Now I've seen different list servers go different ways on this issue.
> For example I think Majordomo takes the same approach as Mailman where
> this particular alias is concerned.
> But ignoring this issue, look at error message I received from the
> server when I sent my `human message' to the "-request" address
> (see below). Don't you think it would make sense for the server
> to include some sort of information on how to get help? If I'm a
> typical user, all I'll know from this reply is that my message
> apparently went to a robot, not a person. But know I don't know
> who I should contact or what I should do for help.
*****-owner at xxxx.xxxx.xxx
I'm looking one interesting things, how could someone look all the list
running on mailman if he dont subscribe to any of them?
sending e-mail to where??
suppose that he dont know nothing about mailman and he dont have direct
access to internet, so he has only one chance: e-mail command
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