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tilmant

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We have a need to move to a windows platform and I'm thinking about moving to the Kerio Mailserver, but I'm confused about mailing lists. I have around 50 lists running on Majordomo (Linux) and they are maintained by email commands. I have read all the docs and it is not clear to me that moderators can do more then approve emails and that it is only by access to the mail server. That commands through email are not possible. If this is incorrect, can someone explain to me or point me to docs that give me email commands for moderators.

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tilmant wrote on Wed, 24 November 2004 17:10

We have a need to move to a windows platform and I'm thinking about moving to the Kerio Mailserver, but I'm confused about mailing lists. I have around 50 lists running on Majordomo (Linux) and they are maintained by email commands. I have read all the docs and it is not clear to me that moderators can do more then approve emails and that it is only by access to the mail server. That commands through email are not possible. If this is incorrect, can someone explain to me or point me to docs that give me email commands for moderators.

Thanks




Check out the following URL for specific information:

http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch09s01.html

For broader information on KMS mail lists, visit:

http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch09.html

Hope that helps some,
Jacob

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