[Mailman-Users] Lists of lists question...

Richard Barrett r.barrett at openinfo.co.uk
Wed Jun 18 21:16:10 CEST 2003

At 19:58 18/06/2003, John Lockard wrote:
>I have several lists that in best practice I'd like to
>remain hierarchical.
>staff.all    (all staff)
>staff.pt     (PT staff)
>staff.ft     (FT staff)
>I would prefer to add full time staff members to the
>staff.ft list only and part time staff members to the
>staff.pt list only, and have staff.pt and staff.ft be
>members of staff.all.  I would like to have all of the
>staff lists be restricted so that only members of the
>staff lists (staff.pt and staff.ft) be able to post to
>any of the staff lists.
>I would prefer to not have to add a full time staff
>member to staff.all and staff.ft.  To allow a full time
>staff member to post to staff.all I would like to be
>able to just add him/her to the staff.ft list and not
>have to add them to an "allow list" in staff.all.
>Is there a way (or an easy way) to do this with Mailman?

The following page in the Mailman FAQ might give you some useful hints:


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Richard Barrett                                      http://www.openinfo.co.uk

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