The Lyris@ Server Address
To send a command to Lyris, you can issue the commands in an email message to the lyris@ address on your server. Lyris will understands commands entered on the subject line and in the
body of the message. Multiple commands can be issued, each on separate line.
To determine the Lyris Server address for your Site, take the host name you created for that Site, and prepend "lyris@" to it. For example, if your Site's host name is minerva.acme.com,
your Lyris Server address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
With Lyris, you have the option of several different kinds of command syntaxes. Wherever possible, Lyris was made to be compatible with the command syntaxes of other list server programs, so that
users can use the command they are familiar with, and are not required to learn something new.
Lyris will accept mail at the following addresses and understand the mail as list server commands:
lyris@hostname The last format, listname-request@hostname deserves special attention.
In addition, you can define addition Lyris@ address by using the Incoming Mail Rewrite feature to rewrite an address to be Lyris@. For instance, you can specify that "mailing-lists@" be rewritten as
"lyris@", and this would allow people to send Lyris commands to "email@example.com".