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configset listname config_defaults <<TAG
[TEMPLATE NAMES]
TAG 
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Default Value : empty
Data Type     : config_array
Category      : miscellany
Password Notes: Visible only with password. 
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Example:
configset listname config_defaults <<LLL
rfc2369
LLL

The config_defaults setting is a list of configuration templates.
The templates must already exist and be available through the 
DEFAULT pseudo-list.  If any settings conflict, templates that are
higher in the list will take precedence.

Collections of configuration settings can be stored for future use in
files called configuration templates.  For example, there exists a
template called "DEFAULT:rfc2369" that allows a mailing list to be
configured to add headers to posted messages which make subscribing and
unsubscribing easier.  To see the contents of the template, use the
following command:

  configshow-declared DEFAULT:rfc2369

A summary of all of the DEFAULT templates can be see with the following
command:

  lists-config DEFAULT

Because templates are stored under the DEFAULT list, a site or domain
administrative password is needed to create them.  However, any list
owner can use a template once it is created.

Templates that are higher in the list have higher precedence.  The
overall order of precedence is as follows:

  the main configuration file of the mailing list
  templates in the config_defaults setting
  the main configuration file of the DEFAULT pseudo-list
  the installation settings

In other words, the templates in this setting will override the
installation defaults and the settings in the DEFAULT list.  However,
any changes made to the configuration of a mailing list with the
configset command will override the settings in the templates.  The
configshow command will show which configuration file supplies the value
of a setting; this feature is useful for verifying that the templates
will work as planned.


See Also:
   help admin_domain
   help configdef
   help configset
   help configshow
   help lists

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