Help for Corsocpp mailing list:
This is email command help for version 2.0.11 of the "Mailman" list
manager. The following describes commands you can send to get
information about and control your subscription to Mailman lists at
this site. A command can be in the subject line or in the body of
Note that much of the following can also be accomplished via the
Wide Web, at:
In particular, you can use the Web site to have your password sent to
your delivery address.
List specific commands (subscribe, who, etc) should be sent to the
*-request address for the particular list, e.g. for the 'mailman'
list, use 'mailman-request@...'.
About the descriptions - words in "<>"s signify REQUIRED items
words in "" denote OPTIONAL items. Do not include the "<>"s
""s when you use the commands.
The following commands are valid:
subscribe [password] [digest-option]
Subscribe to the mailing
list. Your password must be given to
unsubscribe or change your
options. When you subscribe to the
list, you'll be reminded of your
'digest-option' may be either:
'nodigest' or 'digest' (no
quotes!) If you wish to
subscribe an address other than the
address you send this request
from, you may specify
(no brackets around the email
address, no quotes!)
unsubscribe <password> [address]
Unsubscribe from the mailing
list. Your password must match
the one you gave when you
subscribed. If you are trying to
unsubscribe from a different
address than the one you
subscribed from, you may specify
it in the 'address' field.
See everyone who is on this
View the introductory
information for this list.
See what mailing lists are run
by this Mailman server.
set <option> <on|off> <password>
Turn on or off list
options. Valid options are:
this on to receive acknowledgement mail when you send
mail from the list bundled together instead of one
plain-text, not MIME-compliant, digests (only if
delivering mail. Useful if you plan on taking a
this on to NOT receive posts you send to the list.
work if digest is set.
your address when people look at who is on this
Show the current values of your
password <oldpassword> <newpassword>
Change your list password.
end or --
Stop processing commands (good to do
if your mailer
automatically adds a signature file -
it'll save you from a lot
Commands should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions and concerns for the attention of a person should be sent
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