If this option is chosen, prompts appear for entering the scramble
password and scramble hint. The password can be from 3 to 20 characters in
length, with upper- and lowercase characters treated the same. The hint
will be shown to the recipient before s/he is asked to enter the password.
As the password cannot be recovered after being entered, the hint can be a
helpful reminder to the reader of the message.
You can use the Scramble action code (i.e., 'S') to have MailMan scramble
(encode) your message so only those recipients who know the [PASSWORD] can
unscramble (decode) your message. You may decide to send a message as
scrambled for security or privacy reasons. The sender can provide a
'[SCRAMBLE HINT]' to facilitate guessing the password.
You scramble a message by entering an 'S' after the 'Select Message
option: Transmit now//' prompt.