[Mailman-Users] Disable member configuration options
dennis at e-aa.org
Tue Apr 24 15:42:14 CEST 2007
As far as the public list for posting with private for receiving and
viewing archives you could
create a mail address on your website (or use the default
<list-owner at yourdom.ain>) and forward all mail to the list
open the admin web page
Click privacy options
Click Senders filters
List of non-member addresses whose postings should be automatically
Enter the email address that forwards to the list
Click submit changes.
Hope that helps!
John Papapanos wrote:
> Hi to all,
> Is there a way to disable users-members from changing
> some or all of their configuration options?
> I think this is very important because some of these
> options should in some cases be available only to
> In my case I want to have a public list in terms on
> can post to the list but I want the list to be private
> in terms of who can access the archives and to whom
> messages can be forwarded to.
> About the private archives there is an option and can
> be configured only by the admin. But for me I want
> posts to be forwarded only to people that are members
> of the list and belong to my domain and not to the
> members that do not belong to my domain.
> This way my mail server wont forward spam to other
> domains (via the list) and people outside my domain
> will still be able to read the list's posts.
> This could be solved if the option to Enable mail
> delivery was not available in user's configuration
> page, or if the user could be dissalowed to change
> his options somehow.
> Thank you
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