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Mailman is the Web-based email list manager at the University of Wyoming. It allows list owners to create and modify lists easily as well as add and remove subscribers without having to know specific commands.

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Email distribution lists are a convenient means of contacting large groups of people.

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Accessing the main Mailman web page from off campus

Information about accessing Mailman from off campus

Can a user be automatically unsubscribed from a list?

Information about users being automatically unsubscribed from a list

Create a Text File Containing the Members of a List

Information about creating a text file containing the members of a list

How long are archives available?

Information about how long archives are available

Images are not appearing in messages sent to a list

Information about images that are not appearing in messages sent to a list

Mailman password

Information about your setting and retrieving Mailman password

Post to list

Information on how to post to a list

Prevent Automatic Replies from Postings to Mailman Lists

Sometimes messages are inadvertently posted to a Mailman mailing list, such as when "Automatic reply" messages are generated as out-of-office message responses to a post to a mailing list. This procedure will prevent "Automatic replies" from being posted to a list and cause them to be deleted immediately.1

Replace the Current Members of a Mailman List with New Members

Information about replacing the current members of a Mailman list with new members

Subscribe/Unsubscribe to a Mailman Email Distribution List

Email distribution lists are a convenient means of contacting large groups of people. The University of Wyoming offers an email distribution list hosting and management package called Mailman. Mailman offers a robust feature set and convenient web interface to manage lists

Turn on Emergency Moderation for a List

When emergency moderation is turned on, all postings to the list are held for moderation instead of being posted to the list.

Use this option if many members are posting to the list and you need to stop additional postings. This may occur if the list is not configured for moderation and members begin replying to earlier posts to the list, resulting in a "spamming-like" effect. This is particularly a problem if there are many members on the list.