[Mailman-Users] List Management

Azher Amin azher at niit.edu.pk
Mon Nov 27 02:37:57 CET 2006

Thnx a lot for sending the patch link, I will try it.


Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Azher Amin wrote:
>> Can someone suggest a solution for the following situation for the lists 
>> having hundred of users:
>> ListA : userA1, userA2
>> ListB: userB1, userB2, userB3
>> userB1 is not a member of ListA, but both of the lists are hosted on the 
>> same domain under same administration and list members are allowed to 
>> interact. Is there anyway that userB1 without becoming the member of 
>> ListA can post message to ListA ?? Reason is that ListA is small and it 
>> is not desired that the messages posted  over here go to ListB.
> You can add userB1 to ListA's accept_these_nonmembers, but I suspect
> from your 'hundreds of users' remark that you want all of ListB's
> members to be able to post to ListA.
> In that case, see the patch at
> <http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1220144&group_id=103&atid=300103>
> which will enable you to put @listb in ListA's accept_these_nonmembers
> to allow any member of ListB to post to ListA.

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