[Mailman-Users] aliases and smrsh
jonc at nc.rr.com
Mon Mar 10 01:11:10 CET 2003
You can use the same aliases file, but genaliases creates one in the
~mailman/data/.. directory. This particular alias file is wide open the
the Mailman user.
Some folks like to keep them separate.
On Sun, 2003-03-09 at 18:51, Todd wrote:
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> irwin wrote:
> > The mail is getting delivered okay, but I need to update the /etc/aliases
> > file and smrsh with all the new addresses.
> Perhaps I'm missing something really obvious (which wouldn't be anything
> new for me :), but why can't you use the same aliases file you used before?
> > I did one list, but with 27 more to go it would be a monster pain in the
> > butt. Is there is script available or does anyone have an easy way to do
> > this?
> If you need to tweak paths or something like that I would use sed or perl,
> either one could make short work of that.
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