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                      Summary of Commands for Subscribers

This document briefly describes every command available to list
subscribers.  For a gentler introduction, please see "help overview".
To learn about Majordomo commands from the perspective of a list
administrator, see "help admin" and "help admin_commands".

To issue a command, send it in the body of an e-mail message to
  majordomo@bugzilla.org

The syntax of each command is displayed, followed by a brief description.
In the command syntax, any item in square braces [ ] is considered
optional.  Any word in capital letters should be replaced with an
appropriate value.  For example, LISTNAME should be replaced with the
name of a mailing list.

accept [TOKEN]
  The accept command is used to confirm a posted message or other
  request that is being held for approval.  Confirmation is often 
  required when you subscribe to a mailing list, to verify your identity.
  See "help accept" for more details.


alias NEWADDRESS
  The alias command gives a new e-mail address the same privileges as 
  your original e-mail address.  Your original address must already
  be registered at this site.  This command is useful if you want to
  post messages to the same mailing list from two different addresses.
  It applies to all of your subscriptions at bugzilla.org.
  See "help alias" for more details. 
  

approve PASSWORD COMMAND
  The approve command is a prefix to another, complete command.  It
  asks Majordomo to use a particular password, but only for this
  one command.
  See "help approve" for more details.


archive LISTNAME MESSAGES
  The archive command is used to see the contents of, or a summary of, one
  or more messages which have been posted to a mailing list.
  See "help archive" for more details.


changeaddr OLDADDRESS
  The changeaddr command will transfer all of your subscriptions from
  your old e-mail address to your new e-mail address.
  See "help changeaddr" for more details.


default VARIABLE [VALUE]
  The default command tells Majordomo to use a particular value for
  all succeeding commands.  Acceptable names for VARIABLE are:

    password  Use a different personal password 
              (see "help password" for more details).

    user      Masquerade as someone else.  The results of the command 
              will be mailed to the other person, with your address in the 
              From: header.

  See "help default" for more details.


end
  The end command tells Majordomo that no more commands remain to be
  processed.  Anything following the end command will be ignored.


faq LISTNAME
  The faq command shows the Frequently Asked Questions document for
  a mailing list.
  See "help faq" for more details.


get LISTNAME FILENAME
  The get command retrieves a document from the file space of a
  mailing list.
  See "help get" for more details.


help [TOPIC]
  The help command displays a help file, such as the document you
  are reading right now.
  See "help help" for more details.


index LISTNAME [PATH]
  The index command displays a directory of the files in the file
  space of a mailing list.
  See "help index" for more details.


info LISTNAME
  The info command displays the Welcome Message for a mailing list.
  See "help info" for more details.


intro LISTNAME
  The intro command displays the List Introductory Information document
  for a mailing list.
  See "help intro" for more details.


lists [PATTERN]
  The lists command shows a directory of the public mailing lists at
  the bugzilla.org domain.
  See "help lists" for more details.


password NEWPASSWORD
  The password command will change your personal password for all of
  your subscriptions at bugzilla.org.
  See "help password" for more details.


register 
  The register command will add your address to the central registry
  and assign a password for you.  The register command will not subscribe
  your address to any mailing lists.  When you subscribe to a mailing
  list, you will be registered automatically.
  See "help register" for more details.


reject [TOKEN]
  The reject command is used by list moderators to disallow a posted
  message or other request that is being held for approval.
  See "help reject" for more details.


set LISTNAME [SETTING[,SETTING]]
  The set command will display or change your personal settings for
  a mailing list.
  See "help set" for more details.


show
  The show command will display information about all of your 
  subscriptions and aliases.
  See "help show" for more details.


subscribe LISTNAME [ADDRESS]
  The subscribe command adds one or more e-mail addresses to the membership
  of a regular or auxiliary list.
  See "help subscribe" for more details.


tokeninfo TOKEN
  The tokeninfo command displays information about a request that requires
  the approval of the list moderators.
  See "help tokeninfo" for more details.


unalias ADDRESS
  The unalias command will remove an alias that you previously created
  with the alias command.
  See "help unalias" and "help alias" for more details.


unregister [ADDRESS]
  The unregister command will cancel all of your subscriptions and 
  aliases, and annul your personal password.
  See "help unregister" for more details.


unsubscribe LISTNAME [ADDRESS]
  The unsubscribe command removes one or more e-mail addresses from the
  membership of a regular or auxiliary list.
  See "help unsubscribe", "help admin_subscribers", and "help auxiliary_list"
  for more details.


which [PATTERN]
  The which command shows addresses matching a pattern, and the mailing lists
  to which they are subscribed.
  See "help which" and "help patterns" for more details.


who LISTNAME [PATTERN]
  The who command shows the e-mail addresses of members of a regular or
  auxiliary list.
  See "help who" and "help patterns" for more details.


See Also:
   help admin
   help admin_commands
   help auxiliary_list
   help command_parser (signatures, attachments, and splitting long commands)
   help help
   help overview

This is the "commands" help document for 
Majordomo 2, version 0.1201103110.

For a list of all help documents, send the following command:
   help topics
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