emails to list-join and list-confirm shouldn't process the message as commands
A message to the list-join address works as a subscription request, but the subject and initial body lines are processed as commands as it they were sent to -request instead of -join. Thus, the user gets two replies: a confirmation request and a results of your commands like
- The results of your email command are provided below. Original message details: From: Mark Sapiro <email@example.com> Subject: I want to subscribe Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2016 18:26:16 -0700 Message-ID: <56F09F38.firstname.lastname@example.org> - Results: Confirmation email sent to Mark Sapiro <email@example.com> No such command: want No such command: -- No such command: Sapiro No such command: Francisco - Done.
The user should just get the confirmation request or the welcome message depending on list settings or maybe if subscribe requires moderation only a 'results' email without the No such command: stuff.
Then the user confirms and should get just the welcome message, but also gets a second results of your email commands:
The results of your email command are provided below. - Original message details: From: Mark Sapiro <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: confirm 0fa2023fabace91744fb3c169f9d465ad47967dc Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2016 18:27:43 -0700 Message-ID: <56F09F8F.email@example.com> - Results: Confirmed No such command: 03/21/2016 No such command: wrote: No such command: Email No such command: > No such command: Hello, No such command: > No such command: We No such command: > No such command: firstname.lastname@example.org No such command: > - Ignored: > Before you can start using GNU Mailman at this site, you must first confirm > that this is your email address. You can do this by replying to this message, > keeping the Subject header intact. > > If you do not wish to register this email address simply disregard this > message. If you think you are being maliciously subscribed to the list, or > have any other questions, you may contact > > email@example.com > -- Mark Sapiro <firstname.lastname@example.org> The highway is for gamblers, San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan - Done.