[Mimedefang] Limiting access to "everybody" alias

James Ebright jebright at esisnet.com
Sun Feb 12 18:36:36 EST 2006

I use mailman for this type of scenario. It has all those features and 
then some.


Kenneth Porter wrote:

> I'd like to provide an "all hands" alias for my office so that company 
> officers can send out announcements. MD seems like it would be a good 
> place to lock down this alias to keep others from abusing it. Does 
> anyone have a good recipe for implementing this kind of limitation?
> I have a similar requirement for my online game team, which plays 
> numerous games. I have an alias for each game that goes to the list of 
> players involved with that game, and I don't want spammers abusing 
> these addresses.
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