[Mailman-Users] Correct Syntax For SUBSCRIBE Email Command
mark at msapiro.net
Wed Oct 29 21:14:22 CET 2008
Steve Lund wrote:
>Sorry for the stupid question but the documentation shows no examples and I
>am getting tired of playing 20 guesses with Mailman and always loosing. How
>do I make the following work? -
>subscribe address= "John Q Public" <jqp123 at pobox.com>
You can't. Your syntax is wrong. It parses into 3 arguments:
"John Q Public"
<jqp123 at pobox.com>
but that's not the issue. If it worked, you would need
subscribe 'address= "John Q Public" <jqp123 at pobox.com>'
but that won't work because this form doesn't expect a real name. You
subscribe address=jqp123 at pobox.com
Or if you need the real name, send the email
From: "John Q Public" <jqp123 at pobox.com>
as the command or send it to the -subscribe address.
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San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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