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This option controls what Mailman does to the
<tt>Reply-To:</tt> header in messages flowing through this
mailing list. When set to <em>Poster</em>, no <tt>Reply-To:</tt>
header is added by Mailman, although if one is present in the
original message, it is not stripped. Setting this value to
either <em>This list</em> or <em>Explicit address</em> causes
Mailman to insert a specific <tt>Reply-To:</tt> header in all
messages, overriding the header in the original message if
necessary (<em>Explicit address</em> inserts the value of <a
href="?VARHELP=general/reply_to_address">reply_to_address</a>).

<p>There are many reasons not to introduce or override the
<tt>Reply-To:</tt> header. One is that some posters depend on
their own <tt>Reply-To:</tt> settings to convey their valid
return address. Another is that modifying <tt>Reply-To:</tt>
makes it much more difficult to send private replies. See <a
href="http://www.unicom.com/pw/reply-to-harmful.html">`Reply-To'
Munging Considered Harmful</a> for a general discussion of this
issue. See <a
href="http://www.metasystema.net/essays/reply-to.mhtml">Reply-To
Munging Considered Useful</a> for a dissenting opinion.

<p>Some mailing lists have restricted posting privileges, with a
parallel list devoted to discussions. Examples are `patches' or
`checkin' lists, where software changes are posted by a revision
control system, but discussion about the changes occurs on a
developers mailing list. To support these types of mailing
lists, select <tt>Explicit address</tt> and set the
<tt>Reply-To:</tt> address below to point to the parallel
list.
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737.
This is the address set in the <tt>Reply-To:</tt> header
when the <a
href="?VARHELP=general/reply_goes_to_list">reply_goes_to_list</a>
option is set to <em>Explicit address</em>.

<p>There are many reasons not to introduce or override the
<tt>Reply-To:</tt> header. One is that some posters depend on
their own <tt>Reply-To:</tt> settings to convey their valid
return address. Another is that modifying <tt>Reply-To:</tt>
makes it much more difficult to send private replies. See <a
href="http://www.unicom.com/pw/reply-to-harmful.html">`Reply-To'
Munging Considered Harmful</a> for a general discussion of this
issue. See <a
href="http://www.metasystema.net/essays/reply-to.mhtml">Reply-To
Munging Considered Useful</a> for a dissenting opinion.

<p>Some mailing lists have restricted posting privileges, with a
parallel list devoted to discussions. Examples are `patches' or
`checkin' lists, where software changes are posted by a revision
control system, but discussion about the changes occurs on a
developers mailing list. To support these types of mailing
lists, specify the explicit <tt>Reply-To:</tt> address here. You
must also specify <tt>Explicit address</tt> in the
<tt>reply_goes_to_list</tt>
variable.

<p>Note that if the original message contains a
<tt>Reply-To:</tt> header, it will not be changed.
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801.
Scrub attachments of regular delivery message?
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Located in Mailman/Gui/NonDigest.py:141
802.
When you scrub attachments, they are stored in archive
area and links are made in the message so that the member can
access via web browser. If you want the attachments totally
disappear, you can use content filter options.
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837.
When a message is posted to the list, a series of
moderation steps are taken to decide whether a moderator must
first approve the message or not. This section contains the
controls for moderation of both member and non-member postings.

<p>Member postings are held for moderation if their
<b>moderation flag</b> is turned on. You can control whether
member postings are moderated by default or not.

<p>Non-member postings can be automatically
<a href="?VARHELP=privacy/sender/accept_these_nonmembers"
>accepted</a>,
<a href="?VARHELP=privacy/sender/hold_these_nonmembers">held for
moderation</a>,
<a href="?VARHELP=privacy/sender/reject_these_nonmembers"
>rejected</a> (bounced), or
<a href="?VARHELP=privacy/sender/discard_these_nonmembers"
>discarded</a>,
either individually or as a group. Any
posting from a non-member who is not explicitly accepted,
rejected, or discarded, will have their posting filtered by the
<a href="?VARHELP=privacy/sender/generic_nonmember_action">general
non-member rules</a>.

<p>In the text boxes below, add one address per line; start the
line with a ^ character to designate a <a href=
"http://docs.python.org/library/re.html"
>Python regular expression</a>. When entering backslashes, do so
as if you were using Python raw strings (i.e. you generally just
use a single backslash).

<p>Note that non-regexp matches are always done first.
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879.
The topic filter categorizes each incoming email message
according to <a
href="http://docs.python.org/library/re.html">regular
expression filters</a> you specify below. If the message's
<code>Subject:</code> or <code>Keywords:</code> header contains a
match against a topic filter, the message is logically placed
into a topic <em>bucket</em>. Each user can then choose to only
receive messages from the mailing list for a particular topic
bucket (or buckets). Any message not categorized in a topic
bucket registered with the user is not delivered to the list.

<p>Note that this feature only works with regular delivery, not
digest delivery.

<p>The body of the message can also be optionally scanned for
<code>Subject:</code> and <code>Keywords:</code> headers, as
specified by the <a
href="?VARHELP=topics/topics_bodylines_limit">topics_bodylines_limit</a>
configuration variable.
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988.
An embedded and charset-unspecified text was scrubbed...
Name: %(filename)s
URL: %(url)s
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Located in Mailman/Handlers/Scrubber.py:208
994.
An embedded message was scrubbed...
From: %(who)s
Subject: %(subject)s
Date: %(date)s
Size: %(size)s
URL: %(url)s
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Located in Mailman/Handlers/Scrubber.py:276
995.
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: %(filename)s
Type: %(ctype)s
Size: %(size)d bytes
Desc: %(desc)s
URL: %(url)s
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1073.
Add members to a list from the command line.

Usage:
add_members [options] listname

Options:

--regular-members-file=file
-r file
A file containing addresses of the members to be added, one
address per line. This list of people become non-digest
members. If file is `-', read addresses from stdin. Note that
-n/--non-digest-members-file are deprecated synonyms for this option.

--digest-members-file=file
-d file
Similar to above, but these people become digest members.

--welcome-msg=<y|n>
-w <y|n>
Set whether or not to send the list members a welcome message,
overriding whatever the list's `send_welcome_msg' setting is.

--admin-notify=<y|n>
-a <y|n>
Set whether or not to send the list administrators a notification on
the success/failure of these subscriptions, overriding whatever the
list's `admin_notify_mchanges' setting is.

--help
-h
Print this help message and exit.

listname
The name of the Mailman list you are adding members to. It must
already exist.

You must supply at least one of -r and -d options. At most one of the
files can be `-'.
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