[Mailman-Users] using email to subscribe and unsubscribe users
Adam Parker, OD
adamparkerod at gmail.com
Wed Jun 30 16:11:52 CEST 2010
could be a cpanel issue, but I'm not sure. I broke down and moved my site
to the server that allows Mailman so I'm not doing anything funny with MX
records on this list. My list name is "list" and I am sending emails to "
list-request at domain.org" with the subject "subscribe address=
email at domain.com" <- I put that into the body as well just to be sure. They
just disappear. I have it set to confirm and approve, but I do not see any
emails coming to either the subscriber's address or admin address. good
catch on the airplane reference
On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 9:55 AM, Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> Adam Parker, OD wrote:
> >I am sending emails from my list's admin address (info at example.com) to
> >address "listname-request at example.com" with this subject line: "subscribe
> >address="name at domain.com" but they were getting moderated.
> Which means that the incoming MTA delivered the message to mailman as a
> "post" and not a "request". If you are sure you are sending to the
> -request address, there is something wrong in the MTA.
> If this is the cPanel installation we have discussed offline and this
> is the list created by 'newlist', then I suspect this is yey another
> cPanel issue in that the Mailman router and transport in cPanel's Exim
> config don't work properly with non-cPanel created lists.
> >I added the
> >admin address as a member to stop the modding, but when I send the emails
> >now, nothing happens. They are not in mod queue and the users are not
> That's a bit strange. If they were held before as non-member posts,
> they should now be either held as "administrivia" or posted to the
> list depending on the lists administrivia setting.
> >Shirley I'm missing something important here....
> "Don't call me Shirley"
> (Leslie Nielsen line in Airplane! - #79 at
> Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,
> San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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