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On 2010-10-08 8:41 AM, Florian Effenberger wrote:
I'd really like the ability to set certain user prefs - like 
subject tags (I want to disable them), set my reply-to preference, 

no, that's not possible at the moment. We use mlmmj for good
reasons. Mailman has a lot of options and the luxury of a web
interface, but it's a total mess for moderators. You have one
password per list for all moderators, and moderation via e-mail
is a pain.

Understood... and I'm not even sure MM2 has the ability to have per user
subject tags.

I know there are lots of improvements for the upcoming MM3 (where all
dev focus is now thankfully) taht should address all of the moderator
issues you describe above, so I'll go ask about whether ot not per user
subject tags will be possible...

Even if they aren't, I'd recommend planning to migrate the lists to MM3
once it is released anyway, because it is going to be awesome... :)

That being said, the only viable alternative for the moment was
mlmmj (Majordomo is legacy, Smartlist is procmail-based, ezmlm is 
qmail-only; maybe Sympa is an alternative). So, at the moment, I 
can't do much about it. Mailman would be great if we didn't need to 

Ok, so I'll make one more effort - how about using extremely short tags
for the lists (I'm talking about just changing the subject tags, not the
list names)?

E.g., this one could just be [tdfd]...

If not, no worries, I'll just live with it...



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