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configset  GLOBAL  intro_access = [VALUE]
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configset listname intro_access = [VALUE]
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Default Value : open
Data Type     : enum, choose from: open open+password closed list list+password
Category      : access
Password Notes: Visible only with password. 
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EXAMPLE:
configset GLOBAL intro_access = open

The intro_access configuration setting is used to restrict access 
to the intro command.  

The following five values are supported:

  open          -  Anyone can use the intro command.

  open+password -  Anyone registered at this domain can use the intro
                   command if a personal password is supplied.

  list          -  Anyone subscribed to a mailing list can use the
                   intro command for that list.

  list+password -  Anyone subscribed to a mailing list can use the
                   intro command for that list if a personal password 
                   is supplied.

  closed        -  Only the list administrators can use the intro command.

This setting can be overridden by rules for the intro command in the 
access_rules configuration setting.

This setting determines who can use the intro command to retrieve
the introductory document for a list.  The intro document normally
resides in a list's private file space, and therefore can also be
accessed by the get and index commands, but only by list administrators.

If an intro document does not exist for the list, the intro command
will cause a default document to be retrieved from the DEFAULT or
GLOBAL pseudo-list, or from the stock files supplied by Majordomo.

An administrative password can be used to issue the intro command,
regardless of the value of this setting.

Any rules in the access_rules setting related to the intro command  
will take precedence over the value of this setting.


See Also:
   help access   (for the special case of granting/denying all access)
   help configset_access_rules           (to restrict access to any command)
   help access_variables (for requests, variables, defaults)
   help configset_archive_access      (for     archive command access_rules)
   help configset_faq_access          (for         faq command access_rules)
   help configset_get_access          (for         get command access_rules)
   help configset_index_access        (for       index command access_rules)
   help configset_info_access         (for        info command access_rules)
   help configset_set_policy          (for         set command access_rules)
   help configset_subscribe_policy    (for   subscribe command access_rules)
   help configset_unsubscribe_policy  (for unsubscribe command access_rules)
   help configset_which_access        (for       which command access_rules)
   help configset_who_access          (for         who command access_rules)
   help get      (to edit and replace the intro document)
   help index    (allows access to a list's file space)
   help intro    (the command that this policy regulates)
   help newintro (to create or replace the intro document)
   help post     (for the special case of restricting who can post msgs)

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