#40 Support for ezmlm-reject -T


The -T switch on ezmlm-reject makes ezmlm insensitive
to posts that are submitted using BCC. This cannot be
set through ezmlm-make (for whatever reason) but would
come in very handy in the list configuration on qmailadmin.


  • Tom Collins

    Tom Collins - 2006-10-02
    • priority: 5 --> 4
  • Tom Collins

    Tom Collins - 2006-10-02

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    Not a simple feature to add -- we rely on ezmlm-make to manage the .qmail
    files for a list. If we add a checkbox for this feature, we'd have to run ezmlm-
    make, and then modify the appropriate file.

    Not hard, but not simple either. If someone does some major work on the
    mailing list code, perhaps they can throw this feature in there.

  • Christian

    Christian - 2006-10-02

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    I already guessed from the forms that qmailadmin uses
    ezmlm-make. As I don't understand why this switch cannot be
    set through ezmlm-make, I have asked why this is the case on
    the ezmlm mailing list but not got a reply, yet.

  • Christian

    Christian - 2006-10-05

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    Here is what the ezmlm-idx developers say.

    On Sun, Oct 01, 2006 at 12:41:34AM +1000, Christian Lerrahn
    > is there a reason why the -T switch of ezmlm-reject cannot
    be set
    > through ezmlm-make?

    Most likely just because nobody thought it was terribly
    important, and
    ezmlm-make ran out of flag letters (All of a-y are currently
    used). I
    am working to help reduce this issue.
    Bruce Guenter <bruce@untroubled.org>
    OpenPGP key: 699980E8 / D0B7 C8DD 365D A395 29DA 2E2A E96F
    B2DC 6999 80E8
    I do custom software development. Email me for details.

  • Matt Brookings

    Matt Brookings - 2009-08-14
    • priority: 4 --> 9
    • assigned_to: nobody --> volz0r
  • Matt Brookings

    Matt Brookings - 2009-08-14

    I've done this by hand for customers, so it is indeed useful.


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