|| at Aug 25, 2006 at 9:30 pm
Allan Trick sent the message below at 13:49 8/25/2006:
Sorry to post so many questions in the space of a week to this
list. I work at a school and all the changes we make to our mailing
lists tend to take place just once a year--now. So in a few days
I'll probably go away and you won't hear from me again till next summer. :-)
My question this time is: is there a simpler way to subscribe one
person to all 20 of our lists, and have the 'mod' bit unchecked for
her? I've been going into each list thru the web interface,
selecting Mass Subscription, adding the person, and then going to the
Membership List and unchecking the 'mod' bit that is on by default.
I'll be there's a much simpler command-line way to do it. Hope so!
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You can do this easily from the web interface and not have to change
the setting for each individual user.
On the Privacy Options->Sender Filters page there is a setting to
control if new members are moderated by default. You would want to
set this to No before mass subscribing anyone else.
At the bottom of the Membership Management page, you can set the
moderation bit for all subscribers on a list to on or off in one operation.
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