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From the thread on the mailman-users mailing list at http://mail.python.org/pipermail/mailman-users/= 2004-July/038239.html:
Question: Is there any way to modify the Subject of the invite message?<= /p>
is a DEAD RINGER for spam, and is likely to be deleted by many of our us= ers.
Answer: In $MAILMAN_HOME/Mailman/Defaults.py, we find the following sect= ion of comments & code:
So, all you need to do is put "VERP_CONFIRMATIONS =3D Yes" int= o your mm_cfg.py in $MAILMAN_HOME/Mailman, then stop and restart mailman.= p>
Note that this feature is not enabled by default within mailman, due to = the fact that it requires VERP support from the MTA, which may not be avail= able. Before enabling this feature, ensure that your MTA is configured to s= upport VERP.
There are a number of other FAQ entries which discuss VERP, and you can = read them by clicking on this link: Search Wiki documentation for VERP.
Also note that prior to Mailman 2.1.6 this only works for the invitation= messages. This feature did not work for other types of confirmation messag= es. See http://mail= .python.org/pipermail/mailman-developers/2004-February/016513.html and = http://mail.python.= org/pipermail/mailman-developers/2004-February/016558.html for more on = this and a patch.
Note that the functionality of the patch was incorporated in Mailman 2.1= .6.
Thanks to Mark Sapiro!
Last changed on Tue Feb 5 15:18:13 2008 by jidanni
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