On 7/28/20 6:35 AM, Pawel Grzywaczewski wrote:
I have few questions regarding usage of Mailman3:
1) We have list1 and list2 with members. Can we specify that all members of list1 can post messages to list2?
This is a Mailman 2.1 feature that does not currently exist in Mailman 3.
2) In explanation of “Accept these non-members” it’s written: “While non-regexp addresses can be entered here, it is preferred to add the address as a nonmember and set the nonmember's Moderation to Default Processing”.
I noticed that if someone posts to a list then he is added automatically to non-members. Which means that next time he will be able to post. My understanding is that it’s better to use the feature “Accept these non-members”. Am I correct?
You are mistaken. When a non-member attempts to post to a list she is automatically added to non-members with a moderation action of list default, which means that this and subsequent posts will be handled according to the list's "Default action to take when a non-member posts to the list"
If you want to accept a non-member's posts you need to set that non-member's moderation action to "Default Processing" to still apply other tests that might hold the message or to "Accept" if you want to accept anything from that non-member.
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