Ezmlm List Owners' Guide

1. Subscribers configuration page

This page is used to add new subscribers to the mailing list. If you have a large number of names to add to your list, it is advised that you download your list first, make the changes using a word processing package before uploading and submitting to the server. This will prevent problems associated with timeout of your connection (this only lasts for one hour at a time). The web page is shown below:

 

 

2. Moderators configuration page

This page is used to add new moderators to the mailing list. If you have a large number of names to add to your list, it is advised that you download your list first, make the changes using a word processing package before uploading and submitting to the server. This will prevent problems associated with time out of your connection (this only lasts for one hour at a time). The web page is shown below:

 

 

3. Allow configuration page

This page is used to add alternative email addresses for current subscribers to the mailing list. If you have a large number of names to add to your list, it is advised that you download your list first, make the changes using a word processing package before uploading and submitting to the server. This will prevent problems associated with timeout of your connection (this only lasts for one hour at a time). The web page is shown below:

 

 

4. Deny configuration page

This page is used to deny postings from particular email accounts. If you have a large number of names to add to your list, it is advised that you download your list first, make the changes using a word processing package before uploading and submitting to the server. This will prevent problems associated with timeout of your connection (this only lasts for one hour at a time). The web page is shown below:

 

 

5. List text message configuration page

This page is used to access the text for various messages that can accompany your mailing list emails. The web page is shown below:

 

The explanation on how to use these messages can be found on the configuration pages.

 

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Written by IT Services. Latest revision 5 September 2014