| I have two mailing lists.
Let's say one group/list is "kite flyers" and the other group/list is "downhill skiers". There is no cross-over between the two mailing lists.
I have two e-mail processing POP3 accounts, one is "firstname.lastname@example.org" and the other is "email@example.com".
When someone sends a "SUBSCRIBE" e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, I want them added to the "downhill skiers" mailing list. At the same time, if they send an UNSUBSCRIBE to email@example.com, I want them removed from the "downhill skiers" mailing list.
When someone sends a "SUBSCRIBE" e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, I want them added to the "kite flyers" mailing list. If they send an UNSUBSCRIBE to email@example.com, I want them removed from the "kite flyers" mailing list.
I have separate POP3 and SMTP accounts for each group/list/organization. All mail from/to the groups is seperate.
I do not want people to need to specify which group they are SUBSCRIBING/UNSUBSCRIBING from, I want the determination to be made by MLK based upon the e-mail account that received the request.
MLK functionality does not seem to support this, from what I have read. Other than installing MLK on two separate computers to put up a "barrier" between the mailing lists, what suggestions do you have?
Thanks in advance.