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From: Tzafrir Cohen (tzafrirtechnion.ac.il)
Date: Tue Dec 04 2001 - 15:27:33 CST
On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, Alexander Skwar wrote:
> So sprach »Tzafrir Cohen« am 2001-12-04 um 23:00:49 +0200 :
> > Mailman has its share of problems (anybody mentioned passwords and
> > unsubscription?)
> Hm?You mean, that Mailman is a little bit secure becaus it uses
> passwords to protect against unsubscription and changes of settings?
Instead of relying on email authentication, like any other decent mailing
Remembering a password (that is sent as clear text once in a month, BTW)
is one way to identify a remote user. Anothe way is "the person who can
read a specific mailbox". Mailman doesn't employ the latter.
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