Allow Non-Member Posting
Normally, people who are not members of your mailing list are barred by Lyris from posting to the mailing list. The reason for this is that unscrupulous people like to send junk mail
out on mailing lists, and allowing non-members to post makes this very easy for them.
However, you may have a need to allow non-members to post. For example, if you have a tech support discussion forum, you may want to allow your customers to post, but only want your own employees on
So, the "members-only" posting feature can be disabled, to allow non-members to post.
If number moderating is enabled, the postings from the non-members are treated as new member postings, and are moderated. In this way, you could have your members post without moderator approval,
but require moderator approval from the non-member postings.
This feature is also convenient if your members post from several email addresses, and do not want to tell Lyris what the different email addresses are.