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it’s me again with a eventually very silly question, but I haven't found any help in the docs of kb.

How can a "normal" admin user create and manage its own mail lists? It seems, everything around mail lists can only be managed by the main admin.

Thanks for any information.

Best wishes,
Wolfgang Neikes

[Updated on: Fri, 11 January 2008 09:15]

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I spoke to a tech support person just the other day about doing this and he said it is not yet possible although he did show me a way of editing the files on the server that would be able to modify a mailing list. If you are still interested in a plugin tool for a website that would allow this feature, please let me know as I might be interested in building something to achieve this purpose.


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I'd be intrested in the plug-in for some mailing list administration. I've been considered trying to write something myself for this as well. Let me know if you have something already or would like to team up in some way and get something going.


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I would be interested in some kind of web plugin as well to edit the mailing list. Unfortunately I would be of little help on the programming side. I would be willing to test it out though.

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