[Mailman-Users] Fwd: Welcome to the "It" mailing list
mark at msapiro.net
Wed Jun 30 16:24:45 CEST 2010
john morrissey wrote:
>> I was wondering if you could help me with my mac snow leopard server
>> running mac mail.
>> I want to use email groups and I have hundreds of people. So I
>> created a email called called "IT"
>> See below what I get in the email body. Then the 2 images here what
>> I get back in email.
>> MY GOAL:
>> Is when I create a group email and add people I do not want all
>> users receiving the below email or the screenshots displayed below.
>> HOW CAN I STOP THAT?
>> THIS IS WHAT I GET IN THE INBOX
>From an off list post, this is a screen shot showing three messages
a list welcome message
a list unsubscribe message
an owner notice of a held post
The notice of held post is sent only to the list owner (you), not to
list members. See below for the others.
>> THIS IS WHAT THEY GET ON THE SECOND EMAIL.
>> John Morrissey
>> IT Manager
>> Algenol Biofuels Inc.
>> (239) 498-2000
>> (239) 948-4996 (fax)
>> CONFIDENTIAL: This e-mail contains proprietary business information
>> and is not for public dissemination.
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> From: it-request at ns1.algenolbiofuels.com
>>> Date: June 29, 2010 11:27:54 PM EDT
>>> To: john.morrissey at algenolbiofuels.com
>>> Subject: Welcome to the "It" mailing list
>> THIS IS THE FIRST EMAIL THEY GET.......WANT IT STOPPED AND NOT TO
>>> Welcome to the It at ns1.algenolbiofuels.com mailing list!
On the list's General Options page (Mailman's admin GUI, not Apple's),
set send_welcome_msg to No.
This may or may not be sufficient depending on exactly how members are
added. For example, the admin Membership Management... -> Mass
Subscription page has its own radio button for this, but it defaults
to the list setting.
The setting for the unsubscribe notice is send_goodbye_message, also on
the General Options page.
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