AW: [Mailman-Users] Allow list members to send mails to another list

DIGITAL FOR YOU - Alexander Schwethelm info at
Sat Nov 27 02:30:46 CET 2004

Sorry, saw the option generic_nonmember_action too late, anyway if there is
a way to allow access only to antother list but to the whole world, this
would be the preferred way.  If not generic_nonmember_action will do it...
In details e.g. allow every member from list1 send mails to both list1 and


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[mailto:mailman-users-bounces at] Im Auftrag von DIGITAL FOR YOU -
Alexander Schwethelm
Gesendet: Samstag, 27. November 2004 02:17
An: mailman-users at
Betreff: [Mailman-Users] Allow list members to send mails to another list

Hi there,

I know I just bothered the list with my installation problems, but I hope
you all allow me another questions. :-)

I am in the process to get my lists up and running and I do have a little
problem.  Is ther a way to either allow a complete list to send messages to
another list they are no subscribed to or open this list to allow anybody no
matter if subscribed or not to send messages to a list?

As said before I am installing mailman for a hockey club and team members
should be able to send messages to each other.  So e.g. all men should
subsrcibe to the list "hockeymen" and all women to "hockeywomen".  I they
want to send a mail to both men and women I would like them to simply send
the mail to both lists, but they are only subscribed to one of the lists. Of
course I could create a third list "hockeyboth" but this would not be very

In the adminpanel I have the field "accept_these_nonmembers".  Could I set
some kind of wildcard there?  What would I have to write?  Something like

Thanks for any help and best regards,


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