[Mailman-Users] RELEASED Mailman 2.1 beta 6

Scott R. Every scott at blast.com
Mon Dec 16 01:51:03 CET 2002

does version 2.1 have any good way to export all the email addresses EXCEPT 
the ones with the nomail option set?  using list_members gives ALL the 
emails regardless of whether this field is set.  my data set is very 
large(>600k) so dumping the whole db is not an option(it took over 8 
hours).  what i need is to be able to quickly dump just the current emails 
from a list.

any advice would be welcome.



--On Tuesday, December 10, 2002 8:33 PM -0500 "Barry A. Warsaw" 
<barry at python.org> wrote:

> I've released Mailman 2.1 beta 6.  This is the last planned beta
> release before MM2.1 final, which I still expect to release before the
> end of the year.  See below for a list of changes since 2.1b5.  There
> have been lots of bug fxes and lots of translations updates.
> The new tarball has been uploaded to SourceForge, and the various web
> sites will be updated shortly.
> Enjoy,
> -Barry
> -------------------- snip snip --------------------
> 2.1 beta 6 (09-Dec-2002)
>     Lots and lots of bug fixes, and translation updates.  Also,
>     - ARCHIVER_OBSCURES_EMAILADDRS is now set to true by default.
>     - QRUNNER_SAVE_BAD_MESSAGES is now set to true by default.
>     - Bounce messages which were recognized, but in which no member
>       addresses were found are no longer forwarded to the list
>       administrator.
>     - bin/arch grew a --wipe option which first removes the entire old
>       archive before regenerating the new one.
>     - bin/mailmanctl -u now prints a warning that permission problems
>       could appear, such as when trying to delete a list through the
>       web that has some archives in it.
>     - bin/remove_members grew --nouserack/-n and -noadminack/-N options.
>     - A new script bin/list_owners has been added for printing out
>       list owners and moderators.
>     - Dates in the web version of archived messages are now relative
>       to the local timezone, and include the timezone names, when
>       available.
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