[HCoop-Help] Moving hosted mailing list from personal account to club account

Srikanth Sastry sastry at hcoop.net
Thu May 2 09:09:14 EDT 2013

Since I haven't seen any replies in three weeks, I'll take a shot at 
this one.
Disclaimer: I am not an admin.

AFAIK, since your mailing list is hosted on hcoop mailman, you can 
simply add a new email address as an owner of that mailing list. This 
email address could be your club's hcoop address. Once that new owner 
logs in successfully, you can then delete your email addres from the 
list of owners. All of this can be done from the admin portal for your 
mailing list.

As far as setting up a new acct goes, I don't think we have a separate 
process/mechanism for an institution to sign up. It is pretty much the 
same as that of individuals. However, I'd verify with the board of 
directors or admins first.


On 04/08/2013 03:24 PM, Ron Senykoff wrote:
> Hi,
> I've been hosting our homebrewing club's mailing list on hcoop for 
> several years. I need to get the the club managing it themselves, and 
> we've got the go ahead to set up (and hence fund) an account 
> specifically for the club. The only thing I'm hosting for them is this 
> list so I'll want to get that transferred to their account.
> I'm hoping the admins can help to transfer the backend list to be 
> under a club account. The name of the list would be remaining the same 
> etc.
> Any recommended process to kick off the transfer? Should they doing 
> anything specific in setting up the account as a club / institution? 
> They aren't a non-profit or anything.
> The list is for wort.org <http://wort.org>.
> TIA!
> -Ron
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