[Mailman-Users] monthly password reminders q
J C Lawrence
claw at kanga.nu
Tue Jan 4 06:50:16 CET 2000
On Mon, 3 Jan 2000 14:44:08 -0800
alex wetmore <alex at phred.org> wrote:
> From: "Fred Hicks" <iago at iago.net>
>> I have a user who is asking not to receive the monthly password
>> reminders; I want to keep the list configured to send those, as a
>> default, but why isn't there an option for users to disable this
>> on a user-by-user basis, themselves? Or _is_ this possible, and
>> I've somehow missed it?
> As a "me too" I would like to see this as well. One of the
> recipients on my mailing list is actually a program which then
> dumps the message into a content indexed archive. It would have
> been really nice to have had a button saying "no monthly reminder
> mail". So far I've just filtered these emails by hand, although
> my plan is to detect them (simple enough) and throw them away.
I do the same thing, and use a procmail rule inserted before the
MHonArc invocation that simply discards the reminders.
> On a pure Unix environment it should be pretty easy to setup a
> similar system using Glimpse. I just don't have any experience
> with Glimpse and had a lot of experience with the Windows Content
> Indexer, so I took the latter approach. It would be pretty nifty
> have indexed archives available as a standard mailman option.
I used to use glimpse, but it has rather severe problems once you
get past 10K documents. Recently I've become rather fond of
UdmSearch which I deployed as:
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