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There are two ownership roles associated with each mailing list. The lis= t administrators are the people who have ultimate control over all paramete= rs of this mailing list. They are able to change any list configuration var= iable available through these administration web pages.
The list moderators have more limited permissions; they are not able to = change any list configuration variable, but they are allowed to tend to pen= ding administration requests, including approving or rejecting held subscri= ption requests, and disposing of held postings. Of course, the list adminis= trators can also tend to pending requests.
In order to split the list ownership duties into administrators and mode= rators, you must set a separate moderator password, and also provide the em= ail addresses of the list moderators in General Options/Moderator.
Donald A Green wrote:
The moderator can only go to the "admindb" page. When you go t= here (e.g. http://www.example.com/mailman/a= dmindb/your_list_name), you will be asked for the moderator password. T= his can be any of the list's moderator password, the list's admin password = or the site password. It is not the moderator's personal password.
The moderator cannot go to the "admin" pages. Only administrat= ors can go there.
Last changed on Fri Nov 5 10:45:17 2004 by Brad Knowles
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