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General Options Section


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General Options

Fundamental list characteristics, including descriptive info and basic behaviors.
Description
Value
General list personality
The public name of this list (make case-changes only).
(Details for real_name)
The list administrator email addresses. Multiple administrator addresses, each on separate line is okay.
(Details for owner)
The list moderator email addresses. Multiple moderator addresses, each on separate line is okay.
(Details for moderator)
A terse phrase identifying this list.
(Details for description)
An introductory description - a few paragraphs - about the list. It will be included, as html, at the top of the listinfo page. Carriage returns will end a paragraph - see the details for more info.
(Details for info)
Prefix for subject line of list postings.
(Details for subject_prefix)
Hide the sender of a message, replacing it with the list address (Removes From, Sender and Reply-To fields)
(Edit anonymous_list)
No Yes
Reply-To: header munging
Should any existing Reply-To: header found in the original message be stripped? If so, this will be done regardless of whether an explict Reply-To: header is added by Mailman or not.
(Edit first_strip_reply_to)
No Yes
Where are replies to list messages directed? Poster is strongly recommended for most mailing lists.
(Details for reply_goes_to_list)
Poster This list Explicit address
Explicit Reply-To: header.
(Details for reply_to_address)
Umbrella list settings
Send password reminders to, eg, "-owner" address instead of directly to user.
(Details for umbrella_list)
No Yes
Suffix for use when this list is an umbrella for other lists, according to setting of previous "umbrella_list" setting.
(Details for umbrella_member_suffix)
Notifications
Send monthly password reminders?
(Details for send_reminders)
No Yes
List-specific text prepended to new-subscriber welcome message
(Details for welcome_msg)
Send welcome message to newly subscribed members?
(Details for send_welcome_msg)
No Yes
Text sent to people leaving the list. If empty, no special text will be added to the unsubscribe message.
(Edit goodbye_msg)
Send goodbye message to members when they are unsubscribed?
(Edit send_goodbye_msg)
No Yes
Should the list moderators get immediate notice of new requests, as well as daily notices about collected ones?
(Details for admin_immed_notify)
No Yes
Should administrator get notices of subscribes and unsubscribes?
(Edit admin_notify_mchanges)
No Yes
Send mail to poster when their posting is held for approval?
(Details for respond_to_post_requests)
No Yes
Additional settings
Emergency moderation of all list traffic.
(Details for emergency)
No Yes
Default options for new members joining this list.
(Details for new_member_options)
Conceal the member's address
Acknowledge the member's posting
Do not send a copy of a member's own post
Filter out duplicate messages to list members (if possible)
(Administrivia filter) Check postings and intercept ones that seem to be administrative requests?
(Details for administrivia)
No Yes
Maximum length in kilobytes (KB) of a message body. Use 0 for no limit.
(Edit max_message_size)
Host name this list prefers for email.
(Details for host_name)
Should messages from this mailing list include the RFC 2369 (i.e. List-*) headers? Yes is highly recommended.
(Details for include_rfc2369_headers)
No Yes
Should postings include the List-Post: header?
(Details for include_list_post_header)
No Yes


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Wchfmaster Administration (Privacy options...)

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Privacy options... Section


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Privacy options...

This section allows you to configure subscription and membership exposure policy. You can also control whether this list is public or not. See also the Archival Options section for separate archive-related privacy settings.
Description
Value
Subscribing
Advertise this list when people ask what lists are on this machine?
(Edit advertised)
No Yes
What steps are required for subscription?

(Details for subscribe_policy)
Confirm
Require approval
Confirm and approve
Is the list moderator's approval required for unsubscription requests? (No is recommended)
(Details for unsubscribe_policy)
No Yes
Ban list
List of addresses which are banned from membership in this mailing list.
(Details for ban_list)
Membership exposure
Who can view subscription list?
(Details for private_roster)
Anyone List members List admin only
Show member addresses so they're not directly recognizable as email addresses?
(Details for obscure_addresses)
No Yes


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Privacy options...

When a message is posted to the list, a series of moderation steps are take to decide whether the a moderator must first approve the message or not. This section contains the controls for moderation of both member and non-member postings.

Member postings are held for moderation if their moderation flag is turned on. You can control whether member postings are moderated by default or not.

Non-member postings can be automatically accepted, held for moderation, rejected (bounced), or discarded, either individually or as a group. Any posting from a non-member who is not explicitly accepted, rejected, or discarded, will have their posting filtered by the general non-member rules.

In the text boxes below, add one address per line; start the line with a ^ character to designate a Python regular expression. When entering backslashes, do so as if you were using Python raw strings (i.e. you generally just use a single backslash).

Note that non-regexp matches are always done first.

Description
Value
Member filters
By default, should new list member postings be moderated?
(Details for default_member_moderation)
No Yes
Action to take when a moderated member posts to the list.
(Details for member_moderation_action)
Hold Reject Discard
Text to include in any rejection notice to be sent to moderated members who post to this list.
(Edit member_moderation_notice)
Non-member filters
List of non-member addresses whose postings should be automatically accepted.
(Details for accept_these_nonmembers)
List of non-member addresses whose postings will be immediately held for moderation.
(Details for hold_these_nonmembers)
List of non-member addresses whose postings will be automatically rejected.
(Details for reject_these_nonmembers)
List of non-member addresses whose postings will be automatically discarded.
(Details for discard_these_nonmembers)
Action to take for postings from non-members for which no explicit action is defined.
(Details for generic_nonmember_action)
Accept Hold Reject Discard
Should messages from non-members, which are automatically discarded, be forwarded to the list moderator?
(Edit forward_auto_discards)
No Yes


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Privacy options...

This section allows you to configure various filters based on the recipient of the message.
Description
Value
Recipient filters
Must posts have list named in destination (to, cc) field (or be among the acceptable alias names, specified below)?
(Details for require_explicit_destination)
No Yes
Alias names (regexps) which qualify as explicit to or cc destination names for this list.
(Details for acceptable_aliases)
Ceiling on acceptable number of recipients for a posting.
(Details for max_num_recipients)


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Wchfmaster Administration (Archiving Options)

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Archiving Options Section


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Archiving Options

List traffic archival policies.
Description
Value
Archive messages?
(Edit archive)
No Yes
Is archive file source for public or private archival?
(Edit archive_private)
public private
How often should a new archive volume be started?
(Edit archive_volume_frequency)
Yearly Monthly Quarterly Weekly Daily


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Wchfmaster Administration (Non-digest options)

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Non-digest options Section


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Non-digest options

Policies concerning immediately delivered list traffic.
Description
Value
Can subscribers choose to receive mail immediately, rather than in batched digests?
(Edit nondigestable)
No
Yes
Header added to mail sent to regular list members
(Details for msg_header)
Footer added to mail sent to regular list members
(Details for msg_footer)


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