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info[-edit] listname
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listname, required, is a mailing list at this domain
-edit, if specified, makes the info document easy to edit and replace
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Example:
  info test-list
 
The info command displays an Information file for a mailing list, if one
exists. 

The "info" document is included in the welcome message that is received
by new subscribers when they join a mailing list.  List owners can
use different documents in welcome messages by adjusting the
welcome_files configuration setting.

The info document supports variable substitutions (see "help variables" 
for more details).  

The "edit" command mode is designed to allow list owners
to edit and replace the existing document easily.  For example,
the command:
  info-edit test-list

would display the contents of the info document wrapped in a "newinfo"
command:

newinfo test-list <<ADGBEH

To post to the mailing list, send a message to 
  $WHOAMI

If you have questions about the test list, please write to
  $OWNER

ADGBEH

Please see "help here_document" and "help newinfo" for more information
on replacing the info document.

See Also:
   help admin_documents (to learn about the file space of a mailing list)
   help configset_access_rules  (to restrict access to this command)
   help configset_info_access   (to restrict access to this command)
   help configset_welcome_files (to adjust the welcome message)
   help faq   (another document related to the list)
   help get   (for another way to retrieve this file)
   help intro (another document related to the list)
   help newinfo (to create or replace the "info" document)

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

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   help topics
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