[Mailman-Users] Importing archives without splitting into months.

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Tue May 6 15:32:26 CEST 2003

The default is monthly:
  # 0 - yearly
  # 1 - monthly
  # 2 - quarterly
  # 3 - weekly
  # 4 - daily

But you can change it on a per list basis by using the web-admin and
going to the Archive tab and choosing "yearly" for "How often should a
new archive volume be started?"

HtH - Jon Carnes

On Mon, 2003-05-05 at 20:07, Jonathan Bentley wrote:
> Hi,
>   I was wondering if anyone is able to answer a question I have about importing 
> old mhonarc mbox files into Mailman.
>   The lists that I want to import are generally low-traffic announcement lists.  
> For example, a message gets sent out to members once a month to update them on 
> the latest developments in leap-frogging or something.
>   These lists have had more or less one post a month for several years now.  
> Unfortunately when I try to import them into Mailman using the 'bin/arch' tool 
> they get split up into posts for each month - each month containing only one or 
> two posts, rather than showing a list of all posts over the last year...  Hmm.. 
> I hope this makes sense..
>   Is there some undocumented parameter I can pass to 'arch' to tell it to not 
> import the mbox by month and to do it by year instead??
>   Any suggestions on how to avoid this problem would be greatly appreciated.
>   Cheers heaps,
> Jon.
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