If you put on the block option, then it will save the blocked
ones for approval. It does not just block them.
In Privacy options, turn this on:
Restrict posting privilege to list members? (member_posting_only)
At 01:13 PM 5/7/2003, Ian Scott wrote:
>I wouldn't mind vetting non-member emails.
>However, reading the options on the mailman admin page for our lists, I can
>only see how to block non-member emails. I can't see how to have all
>non-member emails held for approval. If anyone knows differently and lets me
>know, then I'll set it up (after checking that the other two list admins
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: William A. Hoffman [mailto:billlist@...]
>> Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2003 5:21 PM
>> To: Bill Oliver
>> Cc: vxl-users@...
>> Subject: Re: [Vxl-users] Too much spam
>> It is working very well. I can not remember the last time
>> a spam made it onto one of the kitware lists. I reject about
>> 5 or 6 spams a day from being posted to the list.
>> At 11:39 AM 5/7/2003, Bill Oliver wrote:
>> >On Wed, 7 May 2003, William A. Hoffman wrote:
>> >> From: William A. Hoffman <billlist@...>
>> >> Can the spam be turned off on this list?
>> >> The way we do it with the cmake/vtk/itk lists is
>> >> to only allow subscribed addresses to post to the list.
>> >> -Bill
>> >I doubt it. A couple of weeks ago I started getting postmaster
>> >notifications of bounced email from my email address to
>> various people.
>> >Apparently many of my offers of adding inches to various body parts
>> >could not be delivered. I called my ISP, and they told me
>> that someone
>> >was sending out spam spoofing my address as the return address.
>> >Since it was a spoofed address, and since the mail actually
>> >elsewhere, my ISP said there was nothing substantive they could do --
>> >that eventually the people would move on and use someone else in the
>> >return address.
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