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Sven Neuhaus wrote:<br>
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<pre wrap="">anyone can view the "list archives" which include our
emails with each post. Is there a way that the archives could be
Subscriber-Only? I would feel a bit more secure that only 845 people can
access my name and email.
There is more than one public archive for this list. Hiding your
e-mail-address is not an option in this scenario.
I'd add that public archives of mailing lists can be very helpful to
non-subscribers looking for information that was conveyed on that list.<br>
I regularly find answers to questions in the public archives of mailing
lists that I'm not subscribed to (and would never know to subscribe to
if I didn't find their archives on Google).<br>