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Posted - Apr 27 2012 :  10:53:42  Show Profile  Reply
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 "" and the other is "".

When someone sends a "SUBSCRIBE" e-mail to, I want them added to the "downhill skiers" mailing list. At the same time, if they send an UNSUBSCRIBE to, I want them removed from the "downhill skiers" mailing list.

When someone sends a "SUBSCRIBE" e-mail to, I want them added to the "kite flyers" mailing list. If they send an UNSUBSCRIBE to, 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.

- Chaz

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Posted - Apr 28 2012 :  16:36:03  Show Profile  Reply
Hi Chaz

You should have no problem doing this. You will need to enable the option to give each mailing list its own settings.

Please see the following FAQ and let me know if you have any difficulty:

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