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  • look like when you post to your own discussion list The merit to having the below boilerplate Report problems to Check the IDL FAQ To unsubscribe click here Is that your subscribers will be reminded each time you post a message to your own discussion list of how to report problems unsubscribe and where your discussion list web site or FAQ is You can make this contain as much or as little information as you want but I would suggest keeping it short Take very careful notice of the two dashes right above the boilerplate Please note that it is dash dash space The trailing space is extremely important What this is for is that TB cuts off any text following the when you reply to a message How this works in your favor is like this You send a message to the list at the bottom of this message is your boilerplate Now if you don t have the then when someone replies to your message the boilerplate is quoted This basically helps you to keep the posts looking nice and clean This next block is your macros Let me show them to you and then I ll explain what they are doing TO IDL Members BCC IDL RETURNPATH RETURNPATH ldgregory biogate com The Bat requires that you have a valid e mail address in the TO field Putting the discussion lists e mail address in here serves two purposes The first is that it looks better than putting in your e mail address The second and most important is that when the message is sent you will receive it again This sounds stupid but it is necessary if you wish to verify that your message went out without actually subscribing yourself to your own list and it allows you to keep the message in its final form just like all the other posts that come from your subscribers This is useful if you want to create a digest version which I ll get to later in this article or if you want to place a searchable message archive on a Web site The BCC field must contain your address book group that has all of your subscribers in it This is very important If you put the address book group with all of your subscribers in the TO field then everyone who is subscribed to your discussion list will see everyone else s e mail address who is also subscribed to the discussion list This is considered very bad netiquette The RETURNPATH is very important in that it provides an e mail address for bounced messages to come back to instead of your subscribers Trust me you have to have it in there I learned the hard way with my list Why are there two of them Well there s an undocumented feature in The Bat that allows you to run a macro with a NULL input What this does is to clear the field so that the second occurrence of the macro can fill it without worrying about what was stored in it previously This will become much more easily understood when we get to the filtering section filter four 10 Select the Reply template Again you ll want include the boilerplate to remind the subscribers when you reply to a subscribers post Here are the macros TO TO OFROMNAME BCC IDL RETURNPATH RETURNPATH ldgregory biogate com Here s where the NULL value macro becomes a little easier to understand Let s say Billy Bob sends a post If I want to reply to his message before it gets sent to the list and send my reply to the list then I need to change his TO info so that it matches with what we are going to do in the filtering section to all of the messages posted Namely change the TO and REPLY TO information Again just hang on a little while and I ll explain this fully in the filters section 11 This pretty much concludes the account setup You shouldn t have to use the forward template and you can put whatever cookies in the cookies template that you want to use 12 One last thing about the account settings There are five folders other than the default ones included the IDL account Here s what they are for Note If you don t see the below folders select the IDL account then hold down the keys simultaneously This will force TB to search for any missing folders in that account SPAM This is the folder I move SPAM to I m pretty aggressive in tracking down spammers If you are interested I wrote an article for my weekly e zine entitled To Catch A Spammer Moderated I ve already explained this one but it is where the messages in their final form as they were distributed to your subscribers will reside after the Move moderated incoming messages filter processes it Failures This folder will be used to catch bounce messages Believe me you will get them Remember the RETURN PATH macro This is what its main purpose is for Please ensure that the e mail address you use in RETURN PATH is different than the one your subscribers use to post and Un Subscribe to This will keep the bounce messages from possibly being missed by the filters in your IDL account and getting sent out to your subscribers IDL Subscribers This is the folder that I move the Subscribe requests to once I have verified that they have been added to the address book This provides three functions One is that at a glance I can tell how many people are subscribed to the discussion list Two I have a record of subscribes This way if someone later on says that I am spamming them I can prove that they or at least someone pretending to be them did indeed subscribe and three if someone did not use the correct string to subscribe i e they sent a message with the words Subscribe IDL in the body of the message as opposed to the subject you can just copy their e mail address to the clipboard right click on the IDL Subscribers folder select Create a new message which will create a new message with the Subscription receipt in it All you have to do is paste the subscribers e mail address into the TO field and send it NOTE I have used text files for inclusion into the templates for both IDL Subscribes both filter and folder and IDL Unsubscribes both filter and folder that contain the actual text or the Un Subscribe This way if you make changes you can do it in one place and it updates both the filter and folder versions If you specified a different Extract To path in step 4 of the How to import the IDL account into The Bat then you will need to change the directory path in all the templates both folder and filter for IDL Un Subscribes IDL Unsubscribers Serves the same function as the IDL Subscribers but is for unsubscribers If a subscriber messes up the unsubscription process i e puts the words Unsubscribe IDL in the body as opposed to the subject then you can cut and paste their address into the Create a new message option when you right click the Unsubscribe IDL folder The Filtering Sub system This is the area that will make or break your mailing list You will need at least four of the five filters that I will be explaining for the basic operation 1 While the IDL account is highlighted click Account and select Sorting office filters 2 Click the in front of Incoming messages Filter One Housekeeping This filter is a housekeeping filter Because we are changing the TO header in the Post filter See filter four to this message is going to come back to you through the normal post e mail address You ve already processed this message so you don t want to send it back out to the subscribers again This is one other reason we are using the RETURN PATH macro It is our filter string whose job it is to move already processed sent to the list subscribers messages to the Moderated folder which by the way is where you should make your replies to messages that subscribers have posted If you specified a different Extract To path in step 4 of the How to import the IDL account into The Bat then you will need to change the directory path in this filter to reflect the actual location of the Moderated folder What we are actually doing with this filter is searching the kludges for the string RETURN PATH ldgregory biogate com This is something we have modified in filter four to solve two problems The first is bounce messages get sent to the designated address and two we can use it as our search string because it will only appear in messages we have already processed Of course you could just send these messages to the trashcan but if you are going to participate in your own discussion list it is easier to reply to this message than cutting and pasting all their info during the first time it comes through Also if you decide later on to build a searchable message base on a Web site you will have the message in its final post filter processed form Filter Two Subscribes The Second filter is the subscription filter You need to determine what keywords you want to use for your filter string The easiest and most logical keywords would be something like Subscribe and IDL Because not all e mail clients support the 20 symbol when resolving a mailto type URL and also because some do not support actual space characters I like to use the underscore character between the keywords i e Subscribe IDL This is a good way to ensure that whatever e mail client your subscribers may be using your URL will work The added benefit of using the underscore character is that it is almost totally invisible in a URL because they are almost always underlined An example of this URL that you would put on a Web pages or in the sig portion of your e mail messages would look something like this To subscribe to the IDL mailing list click here If you click on this link The Bat will create a new message with the subject line filled in with Subscribe IDL now all the prospective subscriber has to do it click send After you have highlighted the filter named Susbcribe IDL do this 1 Change the filter name in the Name field to whatever you wish to call it 2 Change the filter string in the field Strings to whatever you will use as your subscribe filter string 3 Click the Alternatives tab What we are going to do here is to try and idiot proof your list a little Believe me no matter how hard you try you will always have people trying to subscribe unsubscribe from your list using everything but the correct keywords The alternatives tab is for ORing your filter strings For more information on this check the TB help file under Mail Filtering Sorting Office Signal Strings On this sheet you will want to change all the different variations of the subscribe signal string to match your list needs 4 Click the Actions tab 5 Check the Send Auto Reply checkbox 6 Click the Template button Here s where you will tell the new subscriber about the list what to expect what e mail address to use to post messages some rules concerning flaming beating a dead horse etc where to report problems etc Take some time to think out what you want to put in here You can use or modify the sample template to fit your needs If you read the entire sample you would have noticed at the bottom there was a macro It was like this SUBJECT IDL Discussion List Subscription Receipt Because this is a new message created by the filter you should specify a subject to be placed in the SUBJECT field The TO field will have whatever e mail address is specified in the subscribers REPLY TO information Here s something important to remember this message will contain in the FROM and REPLY TO fields whatever information you have specified in the account that calls this filter In this case it s the IDL account settings This is why you should set up a separate account in The Bat when running a discussion list You can specify that your FROM information say something like IDL Discussion List Moderator and your REPLY TO info Leif Gregory 7 Also on the Actions sheet you ll see that I have checked the Add the sender s address to the address book option This option allows new subscribers to be automatically added to your address book group for the list Make sure you change the name of the address book group listed to the one you are using for the list Note If you check under the unsubscribe filter filter three you ll notice that the option to automatically remove an unsubscriber s address is not enabled Unfortunately TB does not currently check to see if the address really exists in the group before deleting it What this means is if someone tries to unsubscribe from your list but tries to do it under the wrong e mail address then TB will happily comply but in reality does nothing other than to send them the unsubscription receipt saying they were successfully unsubscribe Of course this person will probably send you some nasty e mail when they continue receiving posts to the list For now it is better to do it manually The way it is set up now the unsubscribe receipt will still be automatically generated but you can intervene before it is sent out if the address proved to be incorrect when you manually try to delete them from the address book group Filter Three Unsubscribes The third filter is your unsubscribe filter Eventually someone will want to unsubscribe so set up this filter similar to the subscribe filter Of course you will want to make changes so that it reflects an unsubscribe command I ve included a sample template for you to modify or use as your see fit Filter Four Posts The fourth filter is the subscriber post filter This is the real meat of your filtering system because it allows subscribers to post messages to the rest of the subscribers This filter will be set up similar to the Un Subscribe filters with the following differences Under the Rule tab your first filter string should be list idl net select the Recipient location and presence is Yes This is a SPAM measure Most times when you receive SPAM the recipient list has been suppressed meaning your e mail address is not displayed along with all the other unlucky recipients of the SPAM So by specifying list idl net you will be eliminating a huge majority of SPAM from making it to your subscribers The second filter string should be Subscribe IDL select the Subject location and presence is No This will ensure that Subscribe requests don t get sent to the rest of your subscribers The third filter string should be Unsubscribe IDL select the Subject location and presence is No This will ensure that unsubscribe requests also don t get sent Under the Actions tab scroll down till you see Create a message for put your name and e mail address here like this Leif Gregory Now click the template button Here is what the stuff in the template means The TEXT is going to cut and paste the posters text into this message You don t want to use the QUOTE macro because that s not what you want The three blank macros TO REPLYTO and FROM are an undocumented feature in The Bat What happens when you don t specify any text between the quotes is that it blanks out the field A NULL value Remember when you put your name and e mail address in the field under the action Create a message for Well if you don t blank out this field that info will appear here in addition to the info placed there by the second occurrence of TO in the above macro This is a bad thing The REPLYTO and FROM fields will contain the information you specified in the IDL account settings so we want to blank these out Ok now on to the second occurrences of TO REPLYTO and FROM When a subscriber posts a message and the other subscribers receive it you want the TO FROM and REPLYTO information to reflect the person who posted the message i e say Billy Bob posts a message to the list When a subscriber receives the message you want the TO field to say IDL Discussion List unless they were replying to someone s message then you would want it to have the repliees address here you want the REPLYTO field to say Billy Bob This is extremely important The REPLYTO header is the address that is used when someone replies to a message We want the replies to come back to the list so that they will get sent to all the other subscribers too If the replyer wants to send a private message to only Billy Bob then they should cut and paste the address in the FROM field which brings up what you want displayed in the FROM field You want it to say Billy Bob You want the subscribers real e mail address here With that out of the way let s dissect the macros TO OTONAME Remember when

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  • 5 Omoguciti da se prijem i slanje poruka obavlja i e mail client om i preko Web a 6 Obezbediti clanovima deo prostora na serveru za sme tanje datoteka Omoguciti pristup slanje i prijem datoteka preko Web a 7 Pristup arhivi starim porukama trebalo bi da bude moguc po tredovima kao na Guglu i hronolo ki kao na Jahu Po izboru korisnika 8 Svima dostupna listu adresa clanova 9 Pristup

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  • Case-based reasoning systems
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  • Programming languages
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  • Dial-in server
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