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That is a switch that each listserv admin can change. However, the message 
is sent out under the mailman-admin name. (I would prefer it use the list-
admin name instead). 
On 2 May 2002 at 9:47, David Kramer wrote:

> On Thu, 2 May 2002, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> > However, mailman like majordomo has a feature where you can remove 
> > yourself. I've got a couple of canned messages I send people. Also, every 
> > message sent out contains a series of subscription options URLs in the 
> > message header. Some email programs recognize these and provide help to the 
> > user.
> The reason I replied to the admin email address (which was in the To:, I 
> was unaware of discuss in the CC:.  That was an error) was to ask to have 
> that feature turned off.  I have met more than one mailman admin that 
> either didn't know it was switchable, or didn't know the users could get 
> their password anyway.
> And shame on mailman for making the switch system-wide instead of per 
> list.
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> DDDD   David Kramer                 
> DK KD  "On two occasions, I have been asked [by members of 
> DKK D  Parliament], 'Pray, Mr.  Babbage, if you put into the machine
> DK KD   wrong figures, will the right answers come out?' I am not 
> DDDD   able to rightly apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that 
>        could provoke such a question."            -- Charles Babbage
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