[Mailman-Users] dump the queue??
amanda at welfarelaw.org
Wed Oct 15 19:51:33 CEST 2003
I think the phrase is RTFM. In the FAQ I found this:
i<el.length;i++) if (el[i].type=='radio' && el[i].value==3)
which works just perfect. It isn't a discard all button on the page,
but if you hit the bookmark while you are on the admindb page, you can
watch all the discard buttons flicker on.
So, my apologies and thanks.
On Wednesday, October 15, 2003, at 10:46 AM, Jon Carnes wrote:
> On Tue, 2003-10-14 at 17:59, Amanda Hickman wrote:
>> My request is twofold:
>> 1) a "discard all" button in the admindb/administrative requests
>> interface, so that when the list address gets caught by a virus that
>> continually sends out .pif files re thank you or my details or wicked
>> screensaver, you can approve the messages that should go to the list
>> and then hit the "discard all" button that will set the rest to
> I believe this is already part of Mailman 2.1.x
>> 2) some kind of queue dump at the command line side, so that as the
>> site administrator I can do that for someone, just clear out their
>> whole queue if it got clogged up and they just want to ditch
>> in it.
> I just delete the files for that list that are in ~mailman/data/..
> (works fine in Mailman 2.1.x but not completely fine in earlier
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