[Mailman-Users] script to view all lists and subscribers in one file

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Tue Oct 14 02:40:40 CEST 2003

~mailman/bin/find_member <boss' email address>

On Mon, 2003-10-13 at 18:08, Merle Reine wrote:
> I have over 181 mailing lists with numerous users on each list.  I need a 
> way to list all the lists and their respective users/admin/list mod in one 
> file.
> I know there is the : list_lists and list_members, etc.  but one only 
> lists lists and no users, the other, list users but I have to run the 
> script for each list.
> Has anyone found a way/wrote a script to output all of the lists and their 
> users for easier management?  If my boss asks me what lists he is on, I 
> have to search each list.  I would like to run: ./list_all > all_lists.txt 
> and have it output:
> 381 lists
> Abuse
> 	tom.jones at domain.com [list moderator]
> 	joe.blow at domain.com
> 	john.doe at domain.com
> staff
> 	eric.welch at domain.com [list moderator]
> 	arnold.schwarzenegger at domain.com
> 	etc.
> All in one outputted list for any employee to view via some url I move the 
> outputted file to.
> Also, If I make the lists not visible via URL, i.e. 
> http://domain.com/mailman/listinfo then how can I manage them as an admin 
> unless I know all of the list names (381 so far)?
> Can I make them not publicly viewable but still be able to view them via 
> the web as an admin as a list?
> Once not viewable, http://domain.com/mailman/admin does not show the lists 
> either.

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