[Mailman-Users] Mailman-Users Digest, Vol 57, Issue 27
wjonhind at gmail.com
Mon Nov 17 12:19:25 CET 2008
You could set the reply address to the list address - in the web interface.
It's shown as deprecated - but works well for me.
2008/11/17 <mailman-users-request at python.org>
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> From: Michael Welch <mwelch at redwoodalliance.org>
> To: mailman-users at python.org
> Date: Sun, 16 Nov 2008 20:42:45 -0800
> Subject: [Mailman-Users] listname-bounces@
> Hi friends, hoping you can help me out. I am having to do too much work
> running our lists.
> Apparently, list members not as knowledgeable as I are looking in the
> headers for our list address, and accidentally end up using the wrong
> In the header there are at least three instances of the address:
> listname-bounces at lists.host.org
> All contain an address that can be too easily mistaken for the list
> That means I end up having to do personal contact with way too many people
> to let them know that they did not use the correct address, so they need to
> I notice that this list does not show me the real address in those headers,
> but rather something like:
> Sender: mailman-users-bounces+myaddress=mydomain.org at python.org
> So I would guess that the list admin for this listserver rarely sees users
> mistaking the Sender: header for the correct address.
> I am getting pretty tired of this. How can I fix it?
> This is a hosted list at dreamhost, so I cannot run any commands. If there
> is an easy cure, I can probably get the host to do it (it would probably
> have to apply to all their hosted lists, not just mine), but is there
> something I can do about this?
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