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Mailing lists Vs Mailing Groups (Urgent).

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by rubensans, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. rubensans

    rubensans Guest

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    Hello can someone explain me the difence between mailing lists and mailing groups?

    I have search in plesk web and documentation but don't see any info.

    Thanks,

    Ruben.
     
  2. rubensans

    rubensans Guest

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    Why the mailing groups is limited to 8 users?

    Best Regards.
     
  3. rubensans

    rubensans Guest

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    Pardon is 10 users.

    The error says:

    " Unable to add mail group member: mailmng failed; unfortunately, the current version of control panel has limit on amount of mail groups on a single mail name can be subscribed to. "
     
  4. superm0nk

    superm0nk Guest

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    Unfortunaltey, as the error points out, an address can only be subscribed to one group. For example:

    I have two mailboxes setup, superm0nk@domain.com and fred@domain.com.

    I want two groups, support@domain.com and abuse@domain.com and I want both users (fred and superm0nk) in both groups. However, each user can only be assigned to one group.
     
  5. rubensans

    rubensans Guest

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    Then I sould use mailing list?

    I have try and the limit of each group is 10 diferent mail @; the error that it gives is the same.

    This is a restriction of plesk or mailenable? will it solve it upgrading to pro?

    Best Regards.
     
  6. alex042

    alex042 Guest

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    I havent had any problems with this. For example, I was able to setup 5 different mailgroups and subscribe the same email address to all 5 groups.

    One of the things that makes them different are the options. With a mailgroup, the admin assigns the addresses whereas with mailing lists, people can opt in, opt out, manage their own subscriptions, it maintains more info on subscriptions, etc. A mailgroup is just a list of addresses to replicate mail to, thats about it.
     
  7. rubensans

    rubensans Guest

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    Then If I'm understanting it, a mailgroup is like doing multiple redirects, isn't it?

    Best Regards.

    Ruben.
     
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