[Mailman-Users] Is mailman suitable ?
Hilton J Ralphs
hilton at think.co.za
Sun Apr 18 22:40:02 CEST 2004
Quoting Thomas Carrié <thocar at free.fr>:
> 1) Group definition
> A group is composed of members, if an email is sent to a group, all people
> from the group receive it
- can do
> 2) Subscription policy
> I want an administrator to be the only central person to be able to
> register/unregister someone in a group
> I have no need for subscription initiated by the user
- no problem
> 3) Group composition
> As an administrator I would like to be able to register a user in a group,
> but I'd like also to put a group in another group
- Um, not sure about this.
> 4) Accessibility policy
> Let's say I have created groups A,B and C
> As an admin I would like to be able to set the 3 following policies
> group A policy : only members of the group A are able to write to group A
> group B policy : only members of the group A are able to write to group B
- not by group, but you may have to add users from 'A' to the 'List of non-
member addresses whose postings should be automatically accepted' in
group 'B's list.
> group C policy : anyone on the internet can write to group C
- yes but they would have to subscribe
Hope this helps.
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