[Mailman-Users] Weirdness

Lawrence Bowie ldb at freestandards.org
Sat Jan 28 02:13:13 CET 2006

Lawrence Bowie wrote:
> Mark Sapiro wrote:
>> Lawrence Bowie wrote:
>>> I have users subscribe to a list but yet I always have to approve their posts 
>>> for some reason.
>> For what reason? Every hold has a reason, what is this one?
>>> And when I do have it accept this address for future posts, it 
>>> still emails me to apporove it. Any ideas???
>> The check box to accept future posts only applies to non-members.
>> I'm guessing that your new members are moderated because Privacy
>> options...->Sender filters->default_member_moderation is set to Yes.
>> If this is not what you want, set it to No and then on Membership
>> Management...->Membership List under Additional Member Tasks - "Set
>> everyone's moderation bit, including those members not currently
>> visible", select "No" and click "Set".
> The next time someone posts I can give you that reason. :) So hang a while, please.
> In the meantime, I have data in /var/lib/mailman/data/ starting with
> heldmsg-*. Most of it, if not all is SPAM. I can safely get rid of it without 
> adversely affecting the lists, right?
> Thanks,
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nevermind .. dumb question ..


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