[Mailman-Users] Can't go un-moderated
kbandy at megsinet.net
Sun Oct 29 22:36:35 CET 2000
Gee, Dan, I dunno. What do you think it means when I say that I sent it "To:" the list
as named? And what do you think I mean when I say I don't want to open my list up to
spammers? I didn't know this was a riddle list.
Dan Mick wrote:
> Ken Bandy wrote:
> > Hi, I am trying to use Mailman, version 2.0, beta 6. This is installed
> > on the server our web site is on. I am trying to set a list up to be
> > un-moderated, however I can't. On the "Privacy Options" page, I have
> > checked the "no" button on the question asking if posts must be approved
> > by an administrator and submitted the change, however when I post to the
> > list, the message is put in que with this message being sent to the
> > poster:
> > "Your mail to 'Test' with the subject
> > blah-blah
> > Is being held until the list moderator can review it for approval.
> > The reason it is being held:
> > Message has implicit destination
> This is a huge clue here. What do you think it means about the message
> you sent?
> What do you think the two options below "Must posts be approved by an administrator"
> > Either the message will get posted to the list, or you will receive
> > notification of the moderator's decision."
> > Anyone have any clues as to how I can change this to an un-moderated
> > list, or is there a problem with my server set up?
> > Thanks.
> > --
> > Ken Bandy
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