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What Can You Do On The Mailing List Server

Table of Contents
On The Host
Policy Of Command Creation
Common Command Line Options
Create A New ML
Remove An ML
Subscribe and Unsubscribe
Change the registered address
Stop Realtime Delivery
Start Realtime Delivery
See Log
See The Member List
Modify Configuration
Add or Remove A Remote Administrator.
Add or Remove A Modrator
"fml" And "makefml" Command
Show Addresses (Users + Aliases)
Show Alias
Show Configuration
Show Perl Module Document
Convert Articles To HTML Form

On the host which serves ML driver, you can use CUI (makefml and fml) and edit all configuration files as you like. It implies you are the greatest administrator :)

"makefml" command of fml8 is same as fml4 as could as possible to preserve compatibility.

See the Section called Difference Between fml4 And fml8: CUI in the Chapter called Difference Between fml4 And fml8 on the detail of the difference.

On The Host

You need no confirmation in using makefml.

Person who can login the host of mailing list server has priviledge for all ML's on the host. So, He/She can edit all configuration files.

But He/She may do wrong operations.

To avoid careless wrong operations, in usual cases you should use CUI (makefml or fml) to configure fml. Of course you can edit files directly if you can understand fml structures. By default we recommend you should use CUI always on the host.

"fml" command is same as "makefml" command except for the argument order.

Please either as you like.

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