[Mailman-Users] Newbie question
kde at europages.com
Thu Mar 4 08:42:36 CET 2004
Ok, thanks, i will go for it and ask again if i'll have a blocking
On Wed, 2004-03-03 at 14:14, Jon Carnes wrote:
> The aliases from Mailman point to an application. So all mail going to
> a list is handed to Mailman's posting application and the application
> will either hold the post or pass it out to the list (depending on the
> rules you have setup for the list).
> HtH - Jon Carnes
> On Wed, 2004-03-03 at 03:19, Key Dof wrote:
> > Ok, but using the alias file, how will it stop the delivery to a list
> > from an unsubscribed user?
> > On Tue, 2004-03-02 at 17:53, Jon Carnes wrote:
> > > On Tue, 2004-03-02 at 09:12, Key Dof wrote:
> > > > Thanks a lot for you reply, in fact my question wasn't about the
> > > > possibility of being installed (as servers) but it's about the fact of
> > > > interacting, ie: when an email arrives to the server, if it knows where
> > > > to deliver it (a user or mailman).
> > > > If you confirm that it can be done, i will install it and go reading the
> > > > docs, but if it is impossible because it's either a user delivery or a
> > > > mailing list delivery, than i will have to start installing another
> > > > machine.
> > > > Thanks again
> > > >
> > > Mailman uses the aliases file. Each mailing list adds several aliases to
> > > the aliases file. The only real user you need to add to the machine is
> > > one that is specifically setup to run the applications. The name of
> > > that user is normally "mailman".
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