Lyris User's Guide
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Maximum posts per member
Table of Contents
Lyris Email Commands
Web Interface for Users
Server Administrator
Site Administrator
List Administrator
Other Topics
Security Considerations
Security Issues Relating to Members
Access to the list archives
Access to the list of members
Access to Subscribe to the Mailing List
Steps to restrict false impersonations
Security Features for Posting Messages
List admin posting
Admin Moderation
Number moderating
Allow Non-Member Posting
Action Phrase Restrictions
Password based posting
Banning members
Disallow Email Posting
Secure HTTP web interface
Lyris extensions
Confirmed subscriptions
Duplicate messages
Maximum posts per member
Maximum quoting allowed
Maximum Messages Per Day
Limit the Message Size
Reject Email Attachments
Moderator auto-approval
Command detection
Anonymous Postings
Access to unsubscribe and change settings
Visibility of the existence of the mailing list
Web Interface Access
Overview of Lyris Posting Security
Security Considerations of the From: field
Security Recommendations for Announcement lists
How Lyris Determines the Identity of the Person Posting
Lyris Mail Merge
The Lyris command line
Modifying lyris.plc
Add-On Packages
Installing and Upgrading
Frequently Asked Questions

Maximum posts per member

On a discussion mailing list, some people will occasionally write the majority of the email messages, thereby stifling the conversation, and keeping other people from feeling comfortable posting their messages. Also, some people may write several small messages, when it would be better if they had combined their thoughts into one message.

For these reason, you may want to impose a "maximum posts per member, per day" limit. If a member goes over this limit, they must wait until the next day to post another message.

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