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What Email Commands does Lyris Support?
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Lyris Email Commands
Web Interface for Users
Server Administrator
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List Administrator
Other Topics
Add-On Packages
Installing and Upgrading
Frequently Asked Questions
Running Lyris
How can I extend Lyris with my own programs?
How can I be Certain My Email Messages Were Delivered?
What Email Commands does Lyris Support?
Why Does Lyris Not Use Sendmail?
How do I subscribe people automatically?
Lyris Administration
Web Browsers
Usenet Newsgroups
Other FAQ issues
Mailing List Features
Perl/Lyris Toolkit
Unix Administration
Up & Coming

What Email Commands does Lyris Support?

Lyris supports most standard list server email commands. Also, Lyris can accept multiple, differing versions of the same command.

For instance, the "subscribe" command can be written as any of these:

    subscribe <listname>
    subscribe <listname> my name
    subscribe <listname> <new-user-password>

The <listname> can be omitted if the user sends to the "listname-request" email address.

Lyris also supports a wide variety of Command addresses, and Command-Listname addresses. See Command@ addresses.

A complete reference to email commands is available in the Email Commands chapter. See Lyris Email Commands.

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