[Mailman-Users] send digest command

Terry Davis tdavis at birddog.com
Wed Feb 20 03:16:00 CET 2002

Thank you and excuse me for my laziness.  :(

This suggests all lists.  Can this be done on a per list or per user basis?

Thank you once again!

Terry Davis
Systems Administrator
BirdDog Solutions, Inc.

Quoting Michael Johnson <johnsonamichael at qwest.net>:

 Always helps to help oneself and do a bit of reading.
 Cron scripts
 Mailman comes with a number of scripts that are typically only run by cron.
 However, it is generally okay for the site administrator to run these
 scripts manually, say to force a sending of accumulated digests, or to mail
 out member passwords, etc. You generally run these by invoking the Python
 executable on them, like so:
 % cd /home/mailman
 % python -S cron/senddigests
 The -S option is an optimization and (minor) security recommendation; it
 inhibits Python's implicit import site on initialization. Not all of these
 scripts support the --help option. Here is a brief description of what the
 cron scripts do:
 > -----Original Message-----
 > From: mailman-users-admin at python.org
 > [mailto:mailman-users-admin at python.org]On Behalf Of Terry Davis
 > Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2002 4:10 PM
 > To: mailman-users at python.org
 > Subject: [Mailman-Users] send digest command
 > Is it possible to force a digest somehow? Like with a command either
 > sent over email or directly out of cron on the box?
 > --
 > Terry Davis
 > Systems Administrator
 > BirdDog Solutions, Inc.
 > (402) 829-6059
 > www.birddog.com
 > ------------------------------------------------------
 > Mailman-Users maillist  -  Mailman-Users at python.org
 > http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/mailman-users

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