The variables in this section control various filters based on the
recipient of the message.
- This controls whether the mailing list posting address must be
explicitly named in the or
recipient lists. The main reason why it wouldn't is if the
message was blind-carbon-copied (i.e. 'd) to the
list. Spammers like to do this, but sometimes legitimate messages
are forwarded to the list this way.
If the list is not explicitly addressed and this setting is turned
on, the message will be held for moderator approval.
- This is the list of alternative addresses that are acceptable as a
list posting address when
enabled. This is useful for when there aliases for the main
posting address (e.g.
email@example.com may be an alias for
- This is the maximum number of explicit recipients that are allowed
on the posted message. Spammers sometimes send messages with lots
of explicit recipients, so setting this number to a reasonable
value may cut down on spam.