Ezmlm mailing lists Manager
Our servers use the control system of mailing lists ezmlm (an enhanced version of ezmlm-idx). Mailing lists - is an add-mail server (in our case - Qmail), allowing to carry out communication in conference mode between a huge number of customers (subscribers).
In the simpler version of the list allows you to organize can subscribe to the news.
Access to the management of mailing lists available to users through the admin interface mail qmailadmin. It's enough to go to qmailadmin under your username / password and select the main menu, select "Mailing Lists".
To create a mailing list, menu, select "New mailing list." In the window that appears in the "name of a mailing list," enter the name of your sheet of [name], and in the field «Email-address of the owner of Paper" - your e-mail.
When you create a mailing list to receive e-mail system a number of e-mail addresses associated with this mailing list. For example, to send a letter to the list owner [name], users can send email to [list]-owner @ [domain name] (the letter it will be automatically redirected to the e-mail, specified when creating the list). To subscribe to the newsletter should send a letter to the [list]-subscribe @ [domain], but in order to unsubscribe - in the [list]-unsubscribe @ [domain].
Creating a separate address for each team is a distinctive feature of ezmlm, traditional mailing lists have a mailing address, and commands are specified in the Subject (subject line) or, less commonly, directly into the body. To subscribe to the traditional list, usually followed by a letter sent to his address in the Subject field, which is the word SUBSCRIBE, and to unsubscribe from the mailing list - with the word UNSUBSCRIBE etc.
ezmlm can simulate the logic and the traditional lists - this creates a special address [list]-request @ [domain], which interprets the Subject field in the style of traditional mailing lists.
The owner of the mailing list (maillist owner) - the administrative contact, which users can send questions related to the mailing list. Has the form [list]-owner @ [domain] with a mail is automatically forwarded to a real address specified when creating the list. The owner of the default list is neither the subscriber nor the moderator (this is just the contact information), so this address can not post messages to moderate the list until you make this address to the list of moderators or subscribers directly.
Subscriber mailing list (maillist subscriber) - gets all the mailing list. Users can subscribe via the address [list]-subscribe @ [domain], and unsubscribe by [list]-unsubscribe @ [domain], and if the list messages are archived, a file (a list of previously sent out messages) via the [list] - index @ [domain] and get the messages themselves through the [list]-get. [nomer_soobscheniya] @ [domain].
Moderator mailing list (maillist moderator) - a person who controls the flow of messages to the mailing list. By default, the lists are open and unmoderated, ie anyone can subscribe to it through the automatic procedure, and send him a message, which is also automatically sent to all subscribers. This is not always desirable. In the case of moderated lists, message subscription and posting messages are first sent to the moderators, who will confirm or reject the incoming request. If several moderators, it made the very first response to one of the moderators. By default, the moderators are not a subscriber, they can send messages to the list, but will not receive them until the moderator's address will not be included in the list of subscribers explicitly.
Remote admin mailing list (remote administrator). Managing mailing list administrator performs via qmailadmin, but if necessary it can be controlled and removed as a list of administrators. Remote administrators can, depending on their powers, through the mail box to add and delete subscribers, view the list of members and look at it and edit the text of the standard mailing list (notice, certificate, faq and more).
Digest mailing list - a letter containing several messages sent over a given period. (When a list sent hundreds of letters every day, it is not convenient for most users - is much easier to get a letter, but it contains all sent messages). Change of Mailing digest via qmailadmin not configurable. Digest is sent when the previous generation from the digest received more than 30 messages, or more than 48 hours have passed, or the volume of messages exceeds 64 kilobytes, depending on what comes first.
Subscriber digest (digest subscriber) - user receiving the digest mailing list. The subscribers list Digest is not affiliated with the subscriber mailing list, in fact, is an independent list. To subscribe to the digest, you must send an email to [list]-digest-subscribe @ [domain], and unsubscribe - to address [list]-digest-unsubscribe @ [domain].
Manage your mailing list through qmailadmin
The name of a mailing list - used to "communicate" with a mailing list, send commands. Full address of the mailing list will be formed as [list] @ [domain].
Email-address of the owner of the list - a mailbox with the address to which the [list]-owner @ [domain] will be diverted users' questions about the mailing list
Moderated mailing list - you must select, for the possibility of moderation (moderators screening), the incoming messages.
Official mailing list - NeuStar messages from all addresses except the addresses of moderators is prohibited. This only applies to managed lists. Otherwise, no other messages are rejected. For moderated lists, all messages are sent to the Manager. This switch only applies to managed lists.
Private mailing list - putting messages allowed only to users. Otherwise, the message will be allowed space to all comers.
By combining the flags of the "Moderated", "Office" and "Private", you can get the following mailing lists:
What kind of messages posted
Simple all anyone (not recommended)
Private subscribers, without checking
Moderated all anyone with a checking
Moderated + Private subscribers, without checking with all other test
Moderated + Call of moderators, with verification
Backup - will create an archive of all messages. Archive available to users through a [list]-index @ [domain] and [list]-get. [Nomer_soobscheniya] @ [domain].
Office archive - only the administrators and moderators have the right to access to the archive. Otherwise, access to the archive will be open to all, or only to subscribers, depending on the settings.
Private archives - access to the archive will be open only to subscribers. Otherwise, access to the archive will be open to all.
Subscription is moderated - to add or remove subscribers will need to confirm a moderator
Subscription without confirmation - no confirmation of the Subscriber. Otherwise, when you subscribe to a potential subscriber oobschenie sent to confirm your subscription.
Termination of subscription without confirmation - no need to confirm the subscriber. Otherwise, the termination of the subscription to be confirmed by sending a reply to a message sent to the subscriber.
Allow remote administration exception Allow remote administration moderators mailing list - the moderators are able to not only accept / reject messages (moderator posts), but also to accept / reject the subscription requests, and subscribe / unsubscribe users by (moderator subscription), working with a list of subscribers, edit the text of the standard messages. For example, to sign a user email@example.com, the moderator sends a message to [list]-subscribe-user = host.com @ [domain] to unsubscribe - in the [list]-unsubscribe-user = host.com @ [domain]
Print the list of subscribers - remote administrators can request a list of subscribers, and proizvodt search for magazine subscriptions. Otherwise, the list of subscribers can not be obtained by remote administrators, but only via qmailadmin. If you activate this option, the remote administrator can send a request to the [list]-list @ [domain] and get the unsorted list of subscribers. They can also get information on the number of subscribers ([list]-listn @ [domain]) and search for records of certain content. For example, to find all the subscribers mailbox that has the word in the title of john, you want to send a request to the address [list]-log.john @ [domain].
Editing text files - allow remote administrators to edit text files in a directory. Otherwise, the editing of text files is prohibited. In order to, for example, edit the text "signatures» (trailer), send email to [list]-edit.trailer @ [domain], a text frequently asked questions - [list]-edit.faq @ [domain], and so on Valid file names:
bottom bottom of all responses. General command info.
digest 'administrivia' section of digests.
faq frequently asked questions specific to this list.
get_bad in place of messages not found in the archive.
help general help (between 'top' and 'bottom').
info list info. First line should be meaningful on its own.
mod_help specific help for list moderators.
mod_reject to sender of rejected post.
mod_request to message moderators together with post.
mod_sub to subscriber after moderator confirmed subscribe.
mod_sub_confirm to subscription mod to request subscribe confirm.
mod_timeout to sender of timed-out post.
mod_unsub_confirm to remote admin to request unsubscribe confirm.
sub_bad to subscriber if confirm was bad.
sub_confirm to subscriber to request subscribe confirm.
sub_nop to subscriber after re-subscription.
sub_ok to subscriber after successful subscription.
top top of all responses.
trailer added to all posts sent out from the list.
unsub_bad to subscriber if unsubscribe confirm was bad.
unsub_confirm to subscriber to request unsubscribe confirm.
unsub_nop to non-subscriber after unsubscribe.
unsub_ok to ex-subscriber after successful unsubscribe.
Respond to administrative requests and allow archive retrieval - to respond to administrative requests and allow archive retrieval. Otherwise, will be allowed to review only the creation, remote administration and remote download archive administrators (if the list is created with these features).
Indexed for WWW-access archive - an index to allow access via the WWW.
Process requests for [list]-request - simulates the behavior of most traditional mailing lists, which are not allocated to each act independently mailing address (such as [list]-subscribe @ [domain name] [list]-unsubscribe @ [domain] and m) but instead have a single mailbox ([list] @ [domain]) and interpret the contents of the Subject field (subject). If you activate this option, then the subscription can not just send a blank email to [list]-subscribe @ [domain], but also to send a letter to the box [list]-request @ [domain], in the "Subject» (Subject) which will mean the word SUBSCRIBE, to unsubscribe - mail to the same address with the subject UNSUBSCRIBE, etc.
Digest mailing list - will be created and will be supported by the digest mailing list and a list of subscribers digest.
The prefix in the Subject - set list so that the outgoing subject will be added to the title list. Topic (subject) of all the letters will begin with [name].
This allows subscribers to directly allocate a message from the list in the mailbox, as well as easy to sort them into the e-mail programs.
Signature of each message - for each post will be added at the end of a text file with a signature