From mozilla.governance: >>I believe that there's been a bug on file for a while to have the >>behaviour modified such that: >> - the original message is returned as rejected >> - the content of the bounce notification contains links and alternatives >Yeah, it got set up that way, but only on the support newsgroups. I've >been slowly wading through the moderator queues for most of the >unmoderated newsgroups over the last week or two and have been intending >to try to set the rest of them up with something similar (at a minimum >the ones that don't have assigned moderators). Hopefully it'll be in soon. I am currently moderator of a bunch of newsgroups. For the following newsgroups, I basically delete my moderator notifications, since all I'd ever do with them is discard all the pending requests. As such, these newsgroups should probably become "unmoderated" to get the behaviour described above: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
As long as it doesn't open the floodgates for spam, I don't mind how it works :-) Reassigning to Dave for implementation. Gerv
OK, these lists have been set to reject any mail from non-subscribers, but I left you listed as the moderator. This should cut down drastically on the amount of mail you get about it, and make it manageable for you to actually deal with it. I finally got the rest of the "list-admin"-owned lists switched over in the last 2 days, and I'm already noticing the improved size of my list-admin mailbox. :) If you really want to give up moderator status as well, let me know, but hopefully you'll find it manageable now.