[Mailman-Users] Question for you

Lloyd F. Tennison lloyd_tennison at whoever.com
Sun Mar 21 04:09:54 CET 2004

The line yourlist-subscribe at yourhost.com, does not seem to work 
for me, while the line sent to request does.  Since Mailman creates 
all the aliases itself - (installs them in CPanel) there must be an 
alias it did not create.  Any ideas?

The aliases created were:

owner-listsname at domaian which forwarded to listname-
admin at domain.  

The listname-admin does not exist. Does that automatically forward 
to the address in the owner box under general options?

Subject:        	Re: [Mailman-Users] Question for you
From:           	Jamie Penman-Smithson <jamie at silverdream.org>
To:             	"Healing-Oils.com" <answers at healing-oils.com>
Organization:   	New-World Publishing
Date sent:      	Sat, 20 Mar 2004 15:41:45 +0000
Copies to:      	mailman-users at python.org
Send reply to:  	jamie at silverdream.org
	<mailto:mailman-users-request at python.org?subject=unsubscribe>
	<mailto:mailman-users-request at python.org?subject=subscribe>

> On Fri, 2004-03-19 at 23:31, Healing-Oils.com wrote:
> > I want to know if it's possible to subscribe someone without logging
> > into the Mailman web interface.  I have a form on my site that asks
> > users if they want to join.  If so, I would like to make a php script
> > that will automatically send MailMan an email that will subscribe the
> > user.
> As long as you've got your aliases are setup properly in your MTA, you
> should be able to send an email to yourlist-subscribe at yourhost.com. It's
> the same with -unsubscribe. You can also send an email to
> yourlist-request with subscribe/unsubscribe in the subject.
> -- 
> -jamie <jamie at silverdream.org> | spamtrap: spam at silverdream.org
>  w: http://silverdream.org | p: sms at silverdream.org
>  pgp key @ http://silverdream.org/~jps/pub.key
>  15:30:01 up  1:32,  1 user,  load average: 0.06, 0.05, 0.03


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