[Mailman-Users] Remove someone from list of lists but not from child lists?
rstasel at uoregon.edu
Fri May 27 14:23:50 EDT 2016
Sorry, you’re right, while the lists are members, they’re all set to “nomail”.
The list does have a couple individuals, but not many. They’re really only there so they can send. But obviously I could put them in non-members.
Nothing is in regular_exclude_lists. regular_include_lists is as I said, more lists. A lot of individual emails is n accept_these_nonmembers. Basically everyone that can send to the list.
For the children, they have nothing set in regular_*_lists. So really, the “tree” is only 2 high. staff, faculty, gtfs, admins, etc, then the everyone list that contains those.
> On May 27, 2016, at 11:17 , Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> On 05/27/2016 10:38 AM, Ryan Stasel wrote:
>> So, I’ve had some requests to remove people from “everyone” but obviously keep them in their respective “child list”. Is this possible?
> I need more specifics to answer.
>> The everyone list is set up with the child lists being members, then also setting regular_include_lists so that people that are part of multiple child lists don’t get duplicates.
> If a child list is a member and also in regular_include_lists, I think
> this would create rather than avoid duplicates.
> Anyway, to say more, I need more details of the list configurations such
> as for the "everyone" list, are there individuals and lists as members
> or just lists, what's in accept_these_nonmembers, what's in
> regular_*_lists, and for the children, what's in regular_*_lists?
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