It has.
however, I could not find a mechanism that will allow this after the list
has been established.

currently the change is in the qmail level (using ezmlm commands).

I'm planning on studying ezmlm behaviour more throughly during the
following weeks, so I can make this.

On Tue, 25 Jun 2002, Nadav Har'El wrote:

> On Tue, Jun 25, 2002, Orr Dunkelman wrote about "[Haifux] Administrative notice":
> > At last!
> >
> > The list will now accept only messages from the list's subscribers.
> >
> > the main advantage is no more spamming.
> > the main disadvantage is that those who are not subscribed, but might ask
> > relevant questions cannot (for example people after insta-partes, etc.).
> In majordomo, non-subscribers' postings get sent to the moderator which
> can "approve" them if they are not spam. I don't know of ezmlm has this
> capability, but I'd be surprised if it doesn't.

Orr Dunkelman,

Computers make it easy to do a lot of things, but most of the things they
make it easier to do, don't need to be done.        --Andy Rooney


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