users can save time by putting them in mail groups.
Members can be added or removed at any time. They can be local and remote
users, other mail groups, or distribution lists (nationwide mail groups).
Mail groups can also be restricted to a limited set of Authorized Senders.
Thus, only certain users are allowed to send mail to the mail group. If
unspecified, then it is assumed that anyone can send mail to a group,
if [PUBLIC], or only members can send to it, if [PRIVATE].
Mail groups consist of MailMan users ([MEMBERS]) with similar interests in
a particular topic. Mail groups provide a forum for group discussion where
members can share ideas and concepts related to the group.
As a member of a mail group, you, along with other members, receive
messages directed to that mail group. One can address a message to a
group of recipients without having to specify them individually by name.
Thus, whenever mail is repeatedly sent to the same list of recipients,