[Mailman-Users] Conceal the member's address
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Sat May 2 19:23:34 CEST 2015
2015-05-02 19:45 GMT+03:00 Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net>:
> On 05/02/2015 09:07 AM, EyeLand wrote:
> > Hello, on ”General Options - Default options for new members joining this
> > list. - Conceal the member's address”
> > http://i11.pixs.ru:/storage/9/6/1/1JPG_2435911_17190961.jpg
> > I deactivate check box, but on letter I not see the subscriber email
> > http://i11.pixs.ru:/storage/9/6/2/2JPG_7009327_17190962.jpg, can you
> > consult? Thank you.
> I am unable to see your screen shots - i11.pixs.ru doesn't resolve in my
> local DNS and if I look up the A records in ns1.nameself.com and use the
> IP, I get 403 or 404 errors.
> In any case, unchecking the box only affects the default setting for new
> members. Changing the boxes on ”General Options - Default options for
> new members joining this list." has no effect on existing members.
> Further, that specific option is the "hide" checkbox on the Membership
> Management... -> Membership List pages which is also the "Conceal
> yourself from subscriber list?" setting on the user's options page, and
> the only thing that controls is the presence or absence of that member
> on the roster (e.g. http://example.com/mailman/roster/listname).
> Also, since Mailman 2.1.10 all members are shown on the roster
> regardless of user option if you are authenticated as the list admin or
> moderator or site admin.
> Since I can't see your screen shots, I don't know what you mean by
> "letter", so if the above doesn't answer your question, please give some
> detail, possibly by copying/pasting text, so we know what the issue is.
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Not accurately described the problem, I want to display the subscribers
email on received letter, look screanshots:
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