[Mailman-Users] Re: version 2.1 bugs and questions

Donal Hunt donal.hunt at dcu.ie
Mon Sep 17 18:50:34 CEST 2001


if you put:

"end" or "--" 

after the last command it will ignore the rest of the message including
any footers you may have.

Incidentally someone was asking about help for email commands over the
weekend.  If you send a mail with the subject "help" to
<listname>-request at host, where <listname> is the name of your list and
host is you Mailman host you'll get an email back with all the email



It looks like the list engine thinks everything in the message body are 
commands. If I send a message with only help in the body, it works fine.
if I send such a message from yahoo webmail, I get 

The useful help plus
Command? _________________________________________________________
Command? Do You Yahoo!?
Command? Get your free @yahoo.com address at http://mail.yahoo.com 

I think it should probably should just ignore the message body. Is there 
such a setting? 

Peter Lee writes: 

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