brad at shub-internet.org
Fri Aug 10 03:36:47 CEST 2007
On 8/9/07, Par Leijonhufvud wrote:
> I have a group of lists on a server, all for different parts of an
> organisation. What I would like is a way to set things up such that when
> someone who is a meber of one list posts to another the message is held
> for moderation. Due to spam load the generic_nonmember_action is
> currently set to reject, otherwise that would be a solution.
There's an unofficial patch for this which allows you to specify that
subscribers to specified other lists are also allowed to post, but
I'm not sure if it has been brought up to compatibility for Mailman
2.1.9, although I know it worked for Mailman 2.1.5. Search the
archives and the Mailman patch page on SourceForge.
I know this doesn't quite do what you want, but if you moderate new
members by default and you explicitly un-moderate actual subscribers
to the list, then the result should be the same. I think.
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