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send

(Default value: private)

The send parameter is defined by an authorization scenario (see Authorization scenarios).

This parameter specifies who can send messages to the list. Valid values for this parameter are pointers to scenarios.

  • send closed (view)
  • send editorkey (view)
  • send editorkeyonly (view)
  • send editorkeyonlyauth (view)
  • send intranet (view)
  • send intranetorprivate (view)
  • send newsletter (view)
  • send newsletterkeyonly (view)
  • send private (view)
  • send private_smime (view)
  • send privateandeditorkey (view)
  • send privateandnomultipartoreditorkey (view)
  • send privatekey (view)
  • send privatekeyandeditorkeyonly (view)
  • send privateoreditorkey (view)
  • send privateorpublickey (view)
  • send public (view)
  • send public_nobcc (view)
  • send publickey (view)
  • send publicnoattachment (view)
  • send publicnomultipart (view)

delivery_time

delivery_time hour:minutes

If this parameter is present, non-digest messages will be delivered to subscribers at this time: When this time has been past, delivery is postponed to the same time in next day.

Example:

delivery_time 09:30

digest

digest daylist hour:minutes

Definition of digest mode. If this parameter is present, subscribers can select the option of receiving messages in multipart/digest MIME format. Messages are then grouped together, and compilations of messages are sent to subscribers in accordance with the rythm selected with this parameter.

Daylist designates a list of days in the week in numeric format (from 0 for Sunday to 6 for Saturday), separated by commas.

Example:

digest 1,2,3,4,5 15:30

In this example, Sympa sends digests at 3:30 PM from Monday to Friday.

WARNING: if the sending time is too late (i.e. around midnight), Sympa may not be able to process it in time. Therefore do not set a digest time later than 23:00.

N.B.: In family context, digest can be constrained only on days.

digest_max_size

(Default value: 25)

Maximum number of messages in a digest. If the number of messages exceeds this limit, then multiple digest messages are sent to each recipient.

available_user_options

The available_user_options parameter starts a paragraph to define available options for the subscribers of the list.

  • reception modelist (Default value: reception mail,notice,digest,summary,nomail,txt,html,urlize,not_me) modelist is a list of modes (mail, notice, digest, summary, nomail, txt,html, urlize, not_me, topics), separated by commas. Only these modes will be allowed for the subscribers of the list. If a subscriber has a delivery mode other than those specified in that list, Sympa uses the mode specified in the default_user_options paragraph.

Example:

  ## Nomail reception mode is not available
  available_user_options
  reception      digest,mail

default_user_options

The default_user_options parameter starts a paragraph to define a default profile for the subscribers of the list.

This profile only applies for newly subscribed/included list members. It means that if you change the value of default_user_options in a list, if will not apply to the existing list members.

  • reception notice | digest | summary | nomail | mail
    Mail reception mode.
  • visibility conceal | noconceal
    Visibility of the subscriber with the REVIEW command.

Example:

  default_user_options
  reception      digest
  visibility    noconceal

msg_topic

The msg_topic parameter starts a paragraph to define a message topic used to tag a message. For each message topic, you have to define a new paragraph (see Message topics).

Example:

  msg_topic
  name os
  keywords linux,mac-os,nt,xp
  title Operating System

Parameters msg_topic.name and msg_topic.title are mandatory. msg_topic.title is used on the web interface (other is not allowed for the msg_topic.name parameter). The msg_topic.keywords parameter allows to select automatically message topic by searching keywords in the message.

N.B.: in a family context, msg_topic.keywords parameter is not mandatory.

msg_topic_keywords_apply_on

The msg_topic_keywords_apply_on parameter defines which part of the message is used to perform automatic tagging (see Message topics).

Example:

msg_topic_key_apply_on subject

Its values can be: subject, body and subject_and_body.

msg_topic_tagging

The msg_topic_tagging parameter indicates if tagging is optional or required for a list. (See Message topics)

Example:

msg_topic_tagging optional

Its values can be “optional”, “required_moderator” or “required_sender”. When topic is required, a tagging request is sent to the list moderator or to the message sender depending of this parameter value.

reply_to_header

The reply_to_header parameter starts a paragraph defining what Sympa will place in the Reply-To: SMTP header field of the messages it distributes.

  • value sender | list | all | other_email (Default value: sender)

This parameter indicates whether the Reply-To: field should indicate the sender of the message (sender), the list itself (list), both list and sender (all) or an arbitrary email address (defined by the other_email parameter).

Note: it is inadvisable to change this parameter, and particularly inadvisable to set it to list. Experience has shown it to be almost inevitable that users, mistakenly believing that they are replying only to the sender, will send private messages to a list. This can lead, at the very least, to embarrassment, and sometimes to more serious consequences.

  • other_email an_email_address
    If value was set to other_email, this parameter indicates the email address to be used.
  • apply respect | forced (Default value: respect).
    The default is to respect (preserve) the existing Reply-To: SMTP header field in incoming messages. If set to forced, the Reply-To: SMTP header field will be overwritten.

Example:

  reply_to_header
  value other_email
  other_email listowner@my.domain
  apply forced

anonymous_sender

anonymous_sender value

If this parameter is set for a list, all messages distributed through the list are made anonymous. SMTP From: headers in distributed messages are altered to contain the value of the anonymous_sender parameter. Various other fields are removed (Received:, Reply-To:, Sender:, X-Sender:, Message-id:, Resent-From:.

custom_header

custom_header header-field: value

This parameter is optional. The headers specified will be added to the headers of messages distributed via the list. As of release 1.2.2 of Sympa, it is possible to put several custom header lines in the configuration file at the same time.

Example:

custom_header X-url: http://www.renater.fr/listes/apropos/sedesabonner.faq.html

rfc2369_header_fields

rfc2369header_fields help,archive (Default value: rfc2369header_fields sympa.conf parameter)

RFC2369 compliant header fields (List-xxx) to be added to distributed messages. These header-fields should be implemented by MUA's, adding menus.

remove_headers

(Default value: remove_headers sympa.conf parameter)

You can define the list of SMTP header fields that should be removed from incoming messages. Check the equivalent sympa.conf parameter documentation for further details.

remove_outgoing_headers

(Default value: remove_outgoing_headers sympa.conf parameter)

You can define the list of SMTP header fields that should be removed before Sympa distributes a message to list members. Check the equivalent sympa.conf parameter documentation for further details.

reject_mail_from_automates_feature

(Default value: reject_mail_from_automates_feature sympa.conf parameter)

You can disable the rejection of mails detected of automated, see reject_mail_from_automates_feature

custom_subject

custom_subject value

This parameter is optional. It specifies a string which is added to the subject of distributed messages (intended to help users who do not use automatic tools to sort incoming messages). This string will be surrounded by '[]' characters.

The custom subject can also refer to the [%list.sequence%] or [%list.name%] variables that will get instanciated.

Example:

custom_subject sympa-users

Other example:

custom_subject newsletter num [%list.sequence%]

footer_type

footer_type mime | append (Default value: mime)

This parameter is optional. List owners may decide to add message headers or footers to messages sent through the list. This parameter defines the way a footer/header is added to a message.

  • footer_type mime
    The default value. Sympa will add the footer/header as a new MIME part. If the message is in multipart/alternative format, no action is taken (since this would require another level of MIME encapsulation).
  • footer_type append
    Sympa will not create new MIME parts, but will try to append the header/footer to the body of the message. /home/sympa/list_data/mylist/message.footer.mime will be ignored. Headers/footers may be appended to text/plain messages only.
manual/parameters-sending.txt · Last modified: 2016/03/08 12:08 by david.verdin@renater.fr

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