This might be workable.  I fear Sascha's solution could be rather prone to
mistakes, and it would slow down list delivery for everyone.  Requiring
approval for non-list members is a hassle for them, but if enough people
are willing to be on the receiving end of these messages to be approved it
probably wouldn't be too bad.  We just need to figure out how to do this
with ezmlm.


On Tue, 6 Feb 2001, Stephen van Egmond wrote:

> Rasmus Lerdorf ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> > What we are not interested in is stopping people who are not subscribed to
> > the lists directly from participating.  A lot of people read the lists via
> > nntp or through various web gateways.  You can rant all you want about the
> > spam, but until you come up with a workable way to not cut off these
> > people there isn't much point.
> Understandable.
> Listar (the one I'm familiar) will send posts that aren't classified as
> spam, but still from non-members, to moderators.  Depending on your
> mailer, one keypress ("bounce this to [EMAIL PROTECTED]")
> will approve the post and send it out. This can be tweaked to
> auto-approve future posts from that person.
> /Steve

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