khbkhb at gmail.com
Tue Sep 9 21:11:50 CEST 2014
Since the messages have set forms, it should be "easy" to filter the
various bounce and membership requests and route accordingly.
Not ideal, but as long as the ownership password(s) are not the professor's
usual passwords, he should be able to delegate to an appropriate grad
student (even if the professor insists on using his own email
account...having all administration go to a delegated email account ... or
a special forwarding account with filtered forwarding) is what I'd do in
khbkhb at gmail.com
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On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 7:47 AM, A.K. Eyma <ayma at tip.nl> wrote:
> I'm new here, so not sure if this is appropriate:
> In regards to FAQ 3.27:
> Am I the only one who would find it extremely helpful if duties
> could be better split? Certainly for large lists. That is:
> Owners = who can determine the list's configuration
> Admins = who handle subscriptions and bounces
> Moderators = who handle list messages
> If needed admin/mod could be combined as one.
> Or alternatively, that you can specify an email address
> for each Notification?
> The current problem is that in academic lists, the
> owner/sponsor of a forum often needs to be an University
> staff member, who however would delegate daily running to
> students etc (mods). But with Mailman, on a bad day, the poor
> Prof would get 70 messages per day (bounces, subscription,
> approvals, etc). It's not workable IMHO (I'm a mod BTW).
> AFAICT in the present system, reducing mail to an owner can
> only be done by setting admin_immed_notify, bounce_unrecognized_goes_to_
> bounce_notify_owner_on_disable, and
> (and a few more)
> to NO, which is clearly not an ideal solution...well, no solution
> at all, really.
> Any thoughts?
> Any chance of this duties seperation [i.e. owners are nót
> automatically mods], being implemented in future versions?
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