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Jeff Koch wrote:
> 
> Hi:
> 
> In the case where a domain has, say, 100 email accounts, is there an
> easy way to configure a wildcard alias or mailinglist so that an email
> can be sent to everyone? Otherwise I can see that in a constantly
> changing organization it could be a lot of work to keep a mailing list
> or alias current.
> 
> vpopbull would not work since the individual domains don't have that
> access.

There's no current way to do this, mostly because there's no easy way to
authenticate the sent mail.  You wouldn't want a spammer, or an employee
who shouldn't be emailing everyone, to email company-wide.

You could write an email interface to vpopbull probably.  One that requires
a password somewhere in the email, and have it passed the message via a
dotqmail file.
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