[Mailman-Users] Domain allowed to post to a list.

Fergus Donohue Fergus.Donohue at dcu.ie
Tue Jun 20 20:59:48 CEST 2000

Hi Greg,

I've re-read it and think it makes sense - but what does that mean? ;)

It's the first. I want all users in a domain to be able to post to a list. At
the moment I'm generating a list of all possible e-mail addresses and adding
them to posters[], using my first python script - surely the other way should



Gregory Leblanc wrote:

> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Fergus Donohue [mailto:Fergus.Donohue at dcu.ie]
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2000 9:19 AM
> > To: mailman-users at python.org
> > Subject: [Mailman-Users] Domain allowed to post to a list.
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > Could someone give me some info on the following? I want to allow all
> > users in a particular mail domain to post to a list - I've
> > searched the
> > archives and found the answer "add @domain.tld to the field
> > Addresses of
> > members accepted for posting to this list without implicit approval
> > requirement."  I've tried this and also some regular expression
> > variations on it and can't get it to work. I also tried the same in
> > "Addresses always held for Approval" (making the list open and add a
> > regex to hold anything not in domain @domain.tld). Again no luck! Can
> > someone give me an example of how they're doing this?
> One of us is confused, or possibly both.  :-)  There are two possible things
> that I see from this.  The first is:
> I want anybody who has an account at example.com to be able to post to list
> X.
> The second is:
> I want to stop anybody who has an account at example.com from posting to
> list X.
> Your subject line suggests the first, the steps that you describe in the
> message body suggest the latter.  Which one is it?
>         Greg

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