Yes. Use the Workgroup Integration page to link a workgroup that you administer to other Stanford Infrastructure Services, such as AFS, mailing lists, and Active Directory. When a workgroup is linked to another service, any change you make to the workgroup is automatically made to the linked service as well.
Mailman is a free email distribution list service available to anyone in the Stanford community with a full service SUNetID. Mailman offers built-in archiving, automatic bounce processing, spam and content filtering, and digest delivery.
The mailmain.stanford.edu Mailing Lists page lists all the public mailing lists on mailman.stanford.edu. If a description is available for a list, it'll be on this page.
Mailman, the GNU mailing list manager, is free software for managing electronic mail discussion and e-newsletter lists. It is written in the Python programming language, with a little bit of C code for security.
Check your mailing list administration settings. See Details, below.
If you find that messages are being held for moderation, check the following settings:
There are two main steps to accomplishing your goal. First, get an email address or request a Mailman distribution list (DL), and then request an email forwarding address.
The Manage the lists I own link takes a long time to load because the Mailman package doesn't normally come with this feature; we had to create it ourselves. Given how list ownership is tracked in Mailman, each mail list must be scanned to find all of your lists.
You can set up your list so that anyone with a Stanford address, including addresses such as @lists.stanford.edu or @gsb.stanford.edu, can post to your list.
To allow posting from any Stanford address:
Mailman provides several ways to send information to new list subscribers. On the General Options page, you can create text that is sent to all new subscribers. Under the 'Other Administrative Activities', you can specify different additional text to go to Stanford addresses and non-Stanford addresses.
Mailman list owners can unsubscribe a member, and members can unsubscribe themselves. When someone is unsubscribed from a list when neither of these has happened, it's because of Mailman's automated bounce processing.
You can perform many Mailman list administration tasks with the mm command line tool. mm is available on UNIX cluster machines such as cardinal.stanford.edu.
If you want to only allow owners to post to my list, but you don't want to moderate any posts to the list. Use the Sender Filters under Privacy settings for you Mailman list.
Mailman offers a great many options for managing who can post messages to a list, and how the list owner can moderate messages.
To restrict subscription access, go to your list administrator site at: mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/admin/listname (where listname is the name of your list). Follow the link to the Configuration Categories:Privacy options>Subscription rules page.
Mailman allows you to set up a list so that only you (and other list administrators) can see who is subscribed.
To set up a list so that only list administrators can see who is subscribed:
The owner or administrator of a Mailman list must be a primary SUNetID followed by '@stanford.edu'. It cannot be a mailing list or a non-Stanford address, or even an alternate form of your SUNetID.