[Mailman-Users] Monthly password reminders
jonc at nc.rr.com
Mon Mar 3 01:08:23 CET 2003
Well, if you don't have any lists that you want to run password
reminders for then you could commment the function out of the cron
# 5 AM on the first of each month, mail out password reminders.
#0 5 1 * * /usr/bin/python -S /usr/local/mailman/cron/mailpasswds
Or if you just had a few lists where you wanted the passwords to go out
you could copy the above command line and paste that on a new line with
the name of a list as input. One list-name per command line.
HtH - Jon Carnes
On Sun, 2003-03-02 at 12:12, Paul Dekkers wrote:
> I disabled the montly password reminder in the general settings, but new
> subscribers still get the monthly password reminders by default.
> After subscribing they have to disable this by going to their personal
> settings page. That seems incorrect to me.
> I just got some reminders at the start of this month :-(
> Am I doing something wrong?
> Jon Carnes wrote:
> >Apples and Oranges?
> >When I set the list to no monthly reminders (Web-Admin/general) then
> >that stays set - even after I add folks to the list. Is it changing for
> >When I add folks to the list (Web-Admin/members/add), there is the
> >option to send them a "welcome message", but there is no individual
> >monthly password notification for them.
> >Note: the welcome message does contain the users password.
> >Take care - Jon Carnes
> >On Thu, 2003-02-20 at 10:53, Paul Dekkers wrote:
> >>In the mailinglist configuration I specified that users should not get
> >>monthly password reminders by default: when I add a new users to the
> >>mailinglist however, I see that the password reminder IS enabled!
> >>Is this OK?
> >>I'm using mailman-2.1.1
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