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Re: Welcome to nanog
- From: Tim Bass (@NANOG-LIST)
- Date: Tue Jan 16 16:01:11 1996
Owen kindly explains:
> The command below is the result of someone sending a similar subscribe
> command which subscribed the nanog list to itself, causing the welcome
> message to be sent to the entire list. Majordomo apparently accepts
> lists of people to subscribe or treats everything after the mailing
> list name as part of the name subscribing. Either way, the effect is
> the same.
> > unsubscribe nanog capprove gators subscribe nanog firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks you. Your first sentence is really cool, BTW.
What we might need is a really robust, easy to configure, solid, fast,
simple to administer new (maybe commercial) e-mailing list manager.
(nothing against B.C.'s perl hack majordomo, and the other listserver
written in C.)
My guess is, whomever comes up the the next-generation list manager
utility will save us all a bunch of hassles and make every ISP's job
just a 'little bit' easier.
BTW, that is one of the more amusing errors I see in a long time:
unsubscribe nanog capprove gatores subscribe nanog email@example.com ....
Makes me want to sponsor the "Majordomo Error of the Year Contest";
who knows what humorous babble we might provoke the major' to say.
Sorry for the divergence from the 'norm'.