[Mailman-Users] Re: mass subscribing users WITH real names
greg at gregwestin.com
Wed Oct 9 13:07:31 CEST 2002
I believe Mailman will accept a number of different conventions for
entering real names, but it makes no distinction between 'first' and
'last' names. For example:
Will-Main <willmaine at yahoo.com>
Main, Will (willmaine at yahoo.com)
"Will Main" <willmaine at yahoo.com>
To quote a message from Barry, found by searching the archives of this
Actually, any format recognized by email.Utils.parseaddr() is
Anne Person <aperson at example.com>
"Brian D. Ude" <bdude at example.com>
I hope that answers your question.
On Wednesday, October 9, 2002, at 03:46 AM, Will-Maine wrote:
> Greg Westin-
> What is the format of the REAL NAME parameter when you mass
> subscribe users? I don't see any description in the
> manuals. Appreciate any guidance you can provide.
> yahoogroups uses "user at domain First LastName" as the input
> format for mass subscriptions. What about mailman?
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> There is in 2.1b3. You can specify it either when mass
> names, or later with the membership interface.
> On Wednesday, September 25, 2002, at 04:56 AM, Ian Holder
>> Is there anyway to specify the real names of subscribed
> e-mail users?
>> ie: When you access a list of subscribers it just shows
> "john at
>> is there anyway to specify the subscribers real name next
> to the e-mail
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