[Mailman-Users] New user comments
jim at cosource.com
Thu Jun 15 04:33:45 CEST 2000
On Wed, 14 Jun 2000, Derek Simkowiak wrote:
> Yes! Thanks! Although, I'm sure that if I tried hard enough, I
> could think of a situation where I'd still like the "No confirmation"
Well, you can turn off confirmations but in doing so you have to turn on
administrative-approval for new subscribers. But you probably want that
off too, I'll bet. ;-)
> But if you use this feature, how do people know what their
> password is? And, for that matter, *what* is their password?
The password is randomly generated in this situation.
People who forget/never knew their password can ask for it by visiting the
web interface and hitting the right form button.
> Finally, this still doesn't address the issue of not having any
> passwords at all (does it?).
Nope! =) But you can get pretty far without users having to know they have
You might look through the archives -- people who want a no-passwords mode
for mailman have discussed this off an on quite a bit.
Jim Hebert http://www.cosource.com/
jim at cosource.com The cooperative market for open source software
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because it would be more practical...." -- Alan Cox
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