[Mailman-Users] basic but serious spam question

Juan Miscaro scry_mr at yahoo.ca
Mon Nov 12 20:48:22 CET 2007

--- Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> wrote:

> Juan Miscaro wrote:
> >
> >How can I designate a single person in my company to be the sender
> of
> >messages to my announce-only lists?
> >
> >I don't see any reason for this person to be subscribed to the
> lists.
> See
> for suggestions on list setup. The single person can post to the
> lists
> using an Approved: header as discussed in the FAQ article.
> >I would prefer to make such changes on the command line and for
> >multiple lists.
> You can put the various settings such as default_member_moderation,
> member_moderation_action and member_moderation_notice in a file to be
> input to bin/config_list and run config_list on multiple lists with a
> shell script.
> See <http://veenet.value.net/~msapiro/scripts/set_mod.py> (mirrored
> at
> <http://fog.ccsf.edu/~msapiro/scripts/set_mod.py>) for a withlist
> script that can be used to set all current list members to moderated
> if you want to do this from the command line.	

Thank you.

I now see that my mailman queue is full of spam.  How do I purge it?

No information readily available on the net for this.

// juan

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