[Mailman-Users] Using a list as a member?

Dan Mick Dan.Mick at west.sun.com
Wed Jul 12 22:45:05 CEST 2000

OK, that's two of the same question in one day.

Did you look through the admin page at all?

Did you not see, on Privacy Options,

Must posts have list named in destination (to, cc)
field (or be among the acceptable alias names,
specified below)? (Details)

Go read that Details link.

"Martin, Jason" wrote:
> Hello,
> I am trying to set up several lists, some of which will send mail to other
> lists on the same machine. For example, list "Test" sends mail to lists
> "Test2" and "Test3", and lists "Test2" and "Test3" have email addresses of
> subscribers. It appears to work in general, but the only hitch is that I
> always get and email needing approval to post to "Test2" and "Test3" from
> "Test-admin", and the reason it's held is because of an "Implicit
> Destination". I have made list members only be able to post to the lists,
> and I've tried adding both "Test" and "Test-admin" as subscribers on the
> other 2 lists, but I still get the same thing.
> Is there any way for me to stop receiving that email, or am I stuck?
> Thanks in advance...please reply to my email address.
> Jason
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