The Current Lists section of the interface displays the mailing lists on the account. To search for a mailing list, enter a keyword in the Search text box.
The following table describes the Current Lists table:
|List Name||The mailing list's full email address.|
|Usage||The amount of disk space that the mailing list uses.|
|Access||The user's level of access to the mailing list.|
|Admin||A delimited-by-rows list of email addresses of the mailing list administrators.|
|Functions||Administrative functions for the mailing list (see below).|
To manage a mailing list, perform the following steps:
|The system logs you in to the mailing list management interface automatically. However, if you go directly to the Mailman URL or prefer to use the email-based management functions, you must use the administrator password.|
After the Mailman management interface appears, you can define the various configuration options.
For more information about available Mailman configuration options, read the Mailman documentation.
Mailman's Spam Filters feature requires Spam Filters. To enable Apache SpamAssassin™ for your cPanel account, select Enable Apache SpamAssassin in cPanel's Spam Filters interface (cPanel >> Home >> Mail >> Spam Filters).
To enable spam filters for a mailing list, perform the following steps:
Enter the filter rules that you wish to apply. For more information, read our How to Create Mail Filter Rules For Mailing Lists documentation.
For more information on Mailman's Spam Filters feature, read the Mailman documentation.
You can use this interface interface to change the password for a mailing list without the old password. This is useful, for example, to recover control of your mailing list if you forget or lost the password.
To change the password for a mailing list, perform the following steps:
You can delegate administrative rights on a mailing list to specified list members. Delegates can approve messages that await approval.
Delegation comes with a security risk, as this grants the virtual user administration rights to the mailing list. These elevated privileges can take over the main cPanel account. Use this functionality only with users whom you know and trust.
To manage the Delegation settings on a mailing list, search for the name of the mailing list and click the appropriate Delegation link.
To delegate administrative rights on a mailing list, perform the following steps:
To remove administrative rights from an address on a mailing list, perform the following steps:
To delete a mailing list, perform the following steps: