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ezmlm-issubn(1)		    General Commands Manual	       ezmlm-issubn(1)

NAME
       ezmlm-checksub -	reject senders not subscribed to a mailing list

SYNOPSIS
       ezmlm-checksub [	-nN ] [	-m MESSAGE ] dir [ subdir1 ... ]

DESCRIPTION
       ezmlm-checksub  checks to see if	the address obtained from the environ-
       ment variable SENDER is	subscribed  to	the  mailing  list  stored  in
       dir/subdir1 or the mailing list in dir/subdir2 or ...

       If SENDER is not	defined	ezmlm-checksub exits with an error.

       If  -N  is  set	(the  default) and SENDER is not on any	of the mailing
       lists, ezmlm-checksub outputs the  message  named  TXT_ONLY_SUBSCRIBERS
       and exits 100, indicating a permanent failure to	qmail.

       If  -n is set and SENDER	is on any of the mailing lists,	ezmlm-checksub
       outputs the message named TXT_REJECT_POSTS and exits 100.

       Otherwise, ezmlm-checksub exits with a zero exit	code (success).

       If subdir1 (or more) are	present	on the command line and	 are  relative
       paths, ezmlm-checksub only examines the named subdirectories within the
       absolute	path dir.

       ezmlm-checksub exits 111	on errors.

OPTIONS
       -m MESSAGE
	      Use MESSAGE in place of either the message  named	 TXT_ONLY_SUB-
	      SCRIBERS or TXT_REJECT_POSTS in rejections.

       -n     Negative operation: ensure the sender is not a subscriber.  This
	      is useful	when trying to exclude SENDERs.

       -N     (Default.)  Normal operation: ensure if the  sender  is  a  sub-
	      scriber.

SEE ALSO
       ezmlm-issubn(1),	 ezmlm-list(1),	ezmlm-manage(1), ezmlm-make(1),	ezmlm-
       send(1),	ezmlm-sub(1), ezmlm-unsub(1), ezmlm(5)

							       ezmlm-issubn(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | SEE ALSO

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