Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of mailman_subscriber_list


Ignore:
Timestamp:
Nov 2, 2007, 10:07:23 AM (13 years ago)
Author:
Jamie McClelland
Comment:

--

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
Modified
  • mailman_subscriber_list

    v2 v3  
    33To get a list of subscribers, visit your lists "listinfo" page. The listinfo page can be accessed by a URL like the following:
    44
    5 http://domain-name/mailman/listinfo/list-name
     5!http://domain-name/mailman/listinfo/list-name
    66
    77Replace domain name with the domain name of your list (for example: lists.mayfirst.org or lists.people-link.net). Replace the list-name with the name of your list.
     
    99Scroll to the bottom of the page and enter your email address and password.
    1010
    11 NOTE: if your list is configured so that only admins have access to the subscriber list, then you will need to enter an admin email and password. Otherwise, you will need to enter a subscriber's email address and password.
     11''Note'': if your list is configured so that only admins have access to the subscriber list, then you will need to enter an admin email and password. Otherwise, you will need to enter a subscriber's email address and password.
     12
     13''Also Note'': if your email address are printed in the form `user at domain dot org` and you want them listed normally, then:
     14
     15 * Login into your mailman web admin page
     16 * Click Privacy Options
     17 * Change the last option, which read "Show member addresses so they're not directly recognizable as email addresses?" to: no.
     18
     19=== Alternate option ===
    1220
    1321Alternatively (and less securely) you can send an email message to the request address of your list (your request address is: listname-request@lists.mayfirst.org or listname-request@lists.people-link.net with "listname" replaced with your actual listname, like support-request@lists.mayfirst.org if your listname was called "support"). For the subject line use: