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Concerning Groups (mailing list)

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

FAQ Concerning Groups (mailing list)

  1. Of the registered members of the mailing list, Keio mail addresses (example: keiotaro@a2.keio.jp) are changed to @keio.jp address by a "Group". Why do you suppose this happens?
  2. Of registered members of "Group", there is a member who appears with "Submission: not authorized" on the members table screen. Is that because this member cannot submit email?
  3. I am acting as Group administrator. When e-mail has been submitted to the Group, e-mail that has been held is received. Is e-mail transmitted?
  4. Can an email address outside Keio University be registered as a member?
  5. I sent an email addressed to the mailing list, but this email did not reach me.
  6. Are there any restrictions on cases where a message is sent to a multiple recipients using the Groups?
  7. "No Footer" was set in the message, but a footer is attached.
  8. Is there a limit on the number of members who can be registered in a Group?

(Q1) Of the registered members of the mailing list, Keio mail addresses (example: keiotaro@a2.keio.jp) are changed to @keio.jp address by a "Group". Why do you suppose this happens?
(A1) Under a "Group", when a Keio mail address is registered as a member, Keio Apps ID (address with @keio.jp attached) that corresponds to the Keio ID is used*.
Cases where the ID name of "Keio ID" is used by a normal Google service account are excluded (In this case, a "Keio ID" email address is registered.)
If a member includes Keio Apps ID, email is also sent to Keio ID and Keio Apps ID, and also submitted from both addresses.It is not necessary to re-register under address of Keio Mail.
For details of Keio Apps ID, refer to "About Keio Apps ID".
For the Keio Apps ID corresponding to the Keio mail address, refer to Members' Keio Apps ID confirmation method .

(Q2) Of registered members of "Group", there is a member who appears with "Submission: not authorized" on the members table screen. Is that because this member cannot submit email?
(A2) It is a message that appears because this member uses G Suite(formerly Google Apps), so Group services are invalid, but this member can submit email addressed to the Group.

(Q3) I am acting as Group administrator. When e-mail has been submitted to the Group, e-mail that has been held is received. Is e-mail transmitted?
(A3) In a Google Group, e-mail has been identified as SPAM, so it is held and the e-mail is not transmitted. Administrator, please send e-mail that is held.
Method of handling e-mail that has been held :send e-mail while it is held.
If you do not want to identify any SPAM in the future, you can make the following settings. But be careful because this means that real SPAM e-mail will be sent.
Method of dealing with e-mail that has been held :set so it does not identify SPAM.

(Q4) Can an email address outside Keio University be registered as a member?
(A4) Yes, it can be registered. Please look at, Managing, adding, or deleting members with regard to usage and setting method.

(Q5) I sent an email addressed to the mailing list, but this email did not reach me.
(A5) Submitted mail is placed in Gmail’s “Sent mail”. It is not placed in the “Inbox”. And you will be able to check the contents submitted by setting the archive of the group under Groups.

(Q6) Are there any restrictions on cases where a message is sent to a multiple recipients using the Groups?
(A6)  Yes there are. For details, look at FAQ concerning groups administrators.
(For restrictions on sending email, see "G Suite(formerly Google Apps) email sending limits".)

(Q7) "No Footer" was set in the message, but a footer is attached.
(A7) A footer concerning withdrawal method cannot be deleted. For details see here.

(Q8) Is there a limit on the number of members who can be registered in a Group?
(A8) There is no limit on the number of members, but there are limits when sending messages. For details see A6.

Last-Modified: December 12, 2016

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