[Mailman-Users] Can I get rid of an admin request?
paz at apriori.net
Fri Aug 18 03:53:47 CEST 2000
I keep getting a daily Administrative reminder from Mailman about a
posting request to a closed mail list. I've checked the posting request;
it's spam from a spammer. The message contains a pile of html, however,
and when I try to use the "Discard (e.g., spam)" option to dismiss the
posting request, Mailman spits out an oops message.
The admin request just keeps showing up every day; there doesn't seem to
be any normal way for me to dismiss it. Can I empty a queue or something
like that to toss out the garbage so that I will stop getting the
"1 (insert listname here) admin request(s) waiting" messages?
I've poked around in Mailman but can't find anything that I can clear or
philip zimmermann paz at apriori.net
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