ldb at freestandards.org
Sat Jan 28 19:45:33 CET 2006
Daan Hoogland wrote:
> I've seen a similar thing. I've got allow regexpes like
> ^.*@some.domain. I have to approve post from those addresses as well. I
> tried putting the list of addresses that match the regexp in the allow,
> but no change noticeable.
> On 28 Jan,2006, at 1:32 AM, 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".
>> Thanks for replying.
>> That has already been done. There is something wrong.
>> Everyone is subscribed to the list as memebers and they are posting
>> with the
>> same email as on the membership list.
>> Has anyone seen this before. Very weird ...
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Yep .. I tried that as well to no avail at all.
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