[Mailman-Users] Hide list address?
jdecarlo at mitre.org
Fri Sep 26 18:29:01 CEST 2003
1. You should turn on personalization within Mailman to better
understand how it works.
2. You do understand that if you make every message different, then
Mailman has to create 1 version of the message per subscriber. It
doesn't have to do this if all the messages it sends are the same; it
just sends one copy to the MTA.
3. If personalization doesn't do what you want, then you can
investigate how to change the Reply-To: or CC: headers. You don't want
to reinvent personalization from scratch.
Ricardo Kleemann wrote:
> As far as changing the code, which python module handles
> then sending out of messages? I'd like to attempt adding a
> configuration directive that tells mailman to alter the To:
> to be the member's address, not the list address.
> ----- Original Message Follows -----
>>On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 10:32, Ricardo Kleemann wrote:
>>>I guess I don't quite understand what you mean?
>>>----- Original Message Follows -----
>>>>You can use Verp and you can edit the source so that
>>>>it doesn't overtly show the list email address.
>>>>Beyond that, your best bet is to simply use an
>>>>ordinary alias with an MTA that allows
>>>What exactly is Verp?
John DeCarlo, My Views Are My Own
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