[Mailman-Users] Adding and removing *single* users from command line...

alex wetmore alex at phred.org
Mon Feb 19 20:21:29 CET 2001

From: "Satya" <satyap at satya.virtualave.net>
> On Feb 18, 2001 at 13:45, Mike Cisar wrote:
> >Is there a way to add or remove a single user from a list via the
> >line?  I've looked at the add_members and remove_members but they
seem to
> >require a textfile list of user(s) to add or remove from a list.  I'd
> >like to be able to add (or remove) one single user without an
> >step of having to create a textfile containing their email address...
> >"add_member listname email at address.com" "remove_member listname
> >email at address.com"
> From the add_members command line help:
>     -n <file>
>         A file containing addresses of the members to be added, one
>         address per line.  This list of people become non-digest
>         members.  If <file> is `-', read addresses from stdin.
> So you want something like:
> echo "email at example.com"|  add_members -n - listname

"remove_members list member at domain.com" works too, even though it isn't


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