[Mailman-Users] Trying to tighten up my security...
msapiro at value.net
Mon Jul 10 20:17:09 CEST 2006
Jon D. Slater wrote:
>I found this clue:
>> How do I allow subscribers from another list to post in my list without
>adding them as members?
>> This particular feature might be useful if you manage multiple lists,
>but would like common
>> senders among them all without needing to update each one when a new
>subscriber is added.
>> To do this, log into the list's administrative interface:
>> * Go to Privacy options
>> * Go to Sender filters
>> * Add another list's address into accept_these_listsenders
>(including @mailman.ucalgary.ca, one address per line)
>> * Press the Submit Your Changes button when finished
>But I don't see 'accept_these_listsenders' on any of my Board at blahblah.com
I think the above is referring to some locally modified Mailman (at
for another way to do this. This patch implements the ability to, in
your case, add @members to the board list's accept_these_nonmembers to
allow any member of the members list to post to the board list.
Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> The highway is for gamblers,
San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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