[Mailman-Users] Mailma queueing messages ?
rob at stupidguytalk.org
Mon Apr 8 22:18:16 CEST 2002
Hello mailman seems to be queuing messages in ~mailman/qfiles
I just set it up and I have only one test list named "it" I added 2 members
and both have send right away not in digest mode or so I think I see......
so when I send a message to the address it ends up in the dir .... why? how
can I force it to go and why would it be put there in the first place??
----- Original Message -----
From: "George Hartzell" <hartzell at kestrel.alerce.com>
To: <mailman-users at python.org>
Sent: Monday, April 08, 2002 4:10 PM
Subject: [Mailman-Users] privacy options and a "personal" mailing list.
> I'm trying to do something that's a tad out of the ordinary and am
> having trouble getting my ducks in a row.
> I subscribe to a number of fairly verbose mailing lists and prefer to
> receive them as digests since my mail client (vm inside xemacs) has
> great tools for bursting digests and letting me zoom through the
> Sadly, most of the sites that host mailing lists have created their
> own bizarre, bastardized formats. I'm really tired of trying to
> extend vm's digest burster and/or read them by "hand".
> So, I decided to set up my own mailman mailing list, forward the
> messages there, subscribe myself to it, and let it digestify them for
> me (hurray for mailman's mime digests!).
> The problem is that mailman keeps holding the messages for admin
> approval, either because the people posting aren't on the list (easy
> fix, allow anyone to post) or because
> "Blind carbon copies or other implicit destinations are not allowed..."
> I've tried adding a variety of permutations of the address that the
> list uses in it's "To:" header, including:
> DigitalBlackandWhiteThePrint at yahoogroups.com
> to the alias names field on the privacy page, but messages still get
> help for my review.
> I'm confused about what should go in the aliases field, values from
> the message header or the envelope? If it's the header, then why
> don't any of the lines above match?
> Any other thoughts?
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