[Mailman-Users] Re: Membership List - Listing All

Kenneth Jacker khj at be.cs.appstate.edu
Fri Sep 5 23:56:05 CEST 2003

  jonc> On Thu, 2003-09-04 at 22:11, Kenneth Jacker wrote:
  >> (Mailman-2.1b3+)
  >> I must be really stupid!  Though I've used regexprs for years, I
  >> can't seem to create one that will show *all* members.  I thought
  >> that ".*" would work, but it doesn't.
  >> What do I need to use in the "Find Member" entry box?
  >> -----------------------------------------------------

  jonc> Not to be obtuse, but maybe you should use the command line
  jonc> and the Mailman tool: list_members.

I can, but I am also interested in learning why I can't see more than
a small-subset (often only one member) via Web access.

Why have a "Find Member" entry box if it doesn't work?
(Note that I am sure it works ... I just can't figure out how!)

  jonc> Also, You can configure your lists to show more than the
  jonc> standard 30 members per web page (in the membership management
  jonc> area of the web-admin).

I'm not even getting 30.

  jonc> BTW: the Web-admin help has a really nice section on regular
  jonc> expressions as used by Python - very illuminating.

I've read those docs ... looks like pretty normal regular expressions
to me.  That's why I don't see why ".*" isn't showing all members.

Can anyone tell me how to get this functionality on the web page?


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