There are three kinds of addresses :
Lists are implemented using Mailman. Aliases are separate from lists. The Mailman List Owner (the committee chair or designate, not the Mailman Administrator) maintains the list, adding and deleting email addresses for the group.
Use an Alias address whenever you want to put a contact email in your announcement, on your web page, etc. "For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org". Incoming email is filtered for spam and viruses and then automatically forwarded to you.
Information that is published on the church web site is available to everyone in the world who has a computer and a browser. Not everyone using the Web has good intentions. Spammers regularly scan the Web for addresses. Using the Alias Address gives a measure of privacy and spam protection.
For groups or activities that are ongoing and change leader, the Alias Address provides a consistent contact address.
Use an Alias Address anytime that a contact is published in the Bulletin, other Announcement Brochures, or on a web page. Printed documents are often available on the Web as .pdf files. This policy applies to all documents that are available through the UUCPA Web Site.
Send an email to email@example.com with the following information:
Link to Email Lists . You will need to know:
Mailman list addresses are used by group members to share infomation, work on projects, and so on. Mail sent to the list address is sent to all the members of the list. For help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org