[Mailman-Users] lists that are members of each other - bad idea?

Barnaby Scott barnabydscott at yahoo.com
Mon May 10 09:06:53 CEST 2004

I posted a question a couple of days ago about a
particular Mailman set-up I wanted to achieve, but
have since thought it would be better to ask a simpler
and more specific question:

Does anyone know the consequences of setting up two
lists which are members of each other?

I don't want to do something which will cause an
endless loop and bring down the wrath of my hosting
company upon myself!

Presumably the X-BeenThere header should come into
play to avoid such an eventuality, but will it work in
these circs? Or even if it does work, should one not
do this sort of thing for other reasons?


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