[Mailman-Users] Giving Non-Administrator Access To Simple Admin Functions
slund348 at pobox.com
Sun Oct 26 02:47:13 CEST 2008
I am currently administering a small Mailman 2.11 list for our volunteer
organization. Another individual needs the basic ability to
subscribe, unsubscribe and possibly list members. This person thinks that
they are a lot more computer literate than they are and I don't want to
give them the password to the web configuration interface for fear that
they will mess something up that will take me hours to figure out and fix.
I am an embedded hardware engineer and not a programmer but I am careful
enough not to change settings or list parameters without thoroughly testing
the changes. So far I have managed to stay out of trouble! :-)
Is it possible to do these rudimentary functions via the e-mail interface?
If so can you point me to some documentation on how to do this? The only
information I have found on the email interface seems to be directed to an
individual user changing their own parameters and not to admin functions.
Would I then have to add this person as an administrator and then just not
tell them about the other email commands or the existence of the web interface?
Any other suggestions?
P.S. These admins and users are all on Windows boxes so any solution cannot
be Linux specific.
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