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From Norman Maurer ...@byteaction.de>
Subject Re: New commands for listservcommands
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2007 06:34:47 GMT
Giulio Troccoli schrieb:
> Hello everybody,
> First, let me say that I have searched the archives and the docs but it
> looks like nobody as suggested what I need.
> I am using James 2.3.0 on a Fedora Core 5 system. Few months ago I had
> the
> need to create some mailing list.
> I am have uncommented listserverConfig and listserverStores in config.xml
> and I have edited james-listmanager.xml and james-liststores.xml to
> set up
> my mailing lists. I am also using a modified version of
> miResources.xml to
> personalizewd the automatic responses from the mailing lists.
> With James 2.3.0 there are basically only 3 commands available to a user:
> subscribe, unsubscribe and info.
> I have managed to set James so that nobody can send emails to the mailing
> lists, and that only one special user can send emails. This is done
> because
> the email are sent automatically by my server. More than a mailing
> list you
> can see it as a distribution list.
> The feature I would like to see in one of the next releases of James
> is to
> be able to set up an administrator, i.e. a special email address, that
> can
> perfom more advanced commands, like subscribing and unsubscribing
> users and
> getting the list of subscribers. Regarding this last bit, I know that
> this
> is already possible using ${MEMBER_LIST}, but as it is at the moment
> everybody would receive the list of subscribers, and I would like to keep
> that private, for obvious reasons of privacy of course.
> What do you think? Is there anything like this already in development?
> Thanks
> Giulio

Hi Giulio,

i don't think there is something allready in development like this. Feel
free to open an jira feature request .


Ps: Any contribution is welcome

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