MailMan Email commands

Email commands quick reference

* confirm $<$CONFIRMATION-STRING$>$  
      o Confirm an action. The confirmation-string is required and should be supplied within a mailback confirmation notice.  

* end  
      o Stop processing commands. Use this if your mail program automatically adds a signature file.  

* help  
      o Receive a copy of the help message.  

* info  
      o Get information about this mailing list.  

* lists  
      o See a list of the public mailing lists on this GNU Mailman server.  

* password [$<$OLDPASSWORD$>$ $<$NEWPASSWORD$>$] [address=$<$ADDRESS$>$]  
      o Retrieve or change your password. With no arguments, this returns your current password. With arguments $<$OLDPASSWORD$>$ and $<$NEWPASSWORD$>$ you can change your password.  

* set ...  
      o Set or view your membership options.  

        Use `set help' (without the quotes) to get a more detailed list of the options you can change. This list is also given in Appendix B.  

        Use `set show' (without the quotes) to view your current option settings.   

* subscribe [$<$PASSWORD$>$] [digest|nodigest] [address=$<$ADDRESS$>$]  
      o Subscribe to this mailing list. Your password must be given to unsubscribe or change your options, but if you omit the password, one will be generated for you. You may be periodically reminded of your password.  

        The next argument may be either: `nodigest' or `digest' (no quotes!). If you wish to subscribe an address other than the address you sent this request from, you may specify `address=$<$ADDRESS$>$' (no brackets around the email address, and no quotes!)   

* unsubscribe [$<$PASSWORD$>$] [address=$<$ADDRESS$>$]  
      o Unsubscribe from the mailing list. If given, your password must match your current password. If omitted, a confirmation email will be sent to the unsubscribing address. If you wish to unsubscribe an address other than the address you sent this request from, you may specify `address=$<$ADDRESS$>$' (no brackets around the email address, and no quotes!)  

* who [$<$PASSWORD$>$] [address=$<$ADDRESS$>$]  
      o See everyone who is on this mailing list. The roster is limited to list members only, and you must supply your membership password to retrieve it. If you're posting from an address other than your membership address, specify your membership address with `address=$<$ADDRESS$>$' (no brackets around the email address, and no quotes!)  

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