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Digest delivery is a way to bundle many messages into one package, which can be delivered once per day, or whenever the package reaches a specified limit.
Mailman delivers messages to users via two modes: digest or non-digest.
URL link protection automatically changes website addresses (URLs) sent in emails. When you click on a link in an email message, that link gets checked to see if it is malicious. If so, you are taken to a notification website. If not, you are taken to the actual website. Some figures are listed in the article displaying what some of these "URL blocked" notifications will look like.
The Membership Management page is where administrators may change access and format options for individual subscribers.
How to create a mailing list in Mailman.
Do I get to keep my email account after I leave or graduate from the university?
Mailman's general options allow you to specify most of the ways that your mail list will interact with the web server and how it will present itself to the users.
This is a FAQ article regarding email spoofing.
An explanation of Mailman's List Administration information.
Step-by-step instructions for setting up your email in Thunderbird.
How to report phishing attempts to our Information Security Office.
Bounce processing allows the administrator to control the behavior of Mailman when it detects a bounced message.
The Privacy Options affect who can see the list, post to the list, and view list information.
Using Outlook Web App (OWA) for Exchange email. Choosing between OWA and the Outlook on your device or computer.
Administrators, moderators, and subscribers access lists in different ways. This article describes how you can access your list and interact with it.