[Mailman-Users] exporting real name list

lloyd_tennison at whoever.com lloyd_tennison at whoever.com
Sun Apr 25 22:18:20 CEST 2004

Yes.  Send a message to the list-requestt with the subject who and the list passwrod, i.e.:

to:mailman-users-request at python.org

Subject: who listpassword

THis will email it back to you, Names and email addresses.  From ther you can take it to a word processor and do anything you want with it.

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>I have a mailing list where real names are quite important.  I need to be
>able to output the entire list of member addresses alongside their real
>names.  I imagined list_members would have a flag to do this now that real
>names are stored somewhere, but I can't see a way to do it.  The web
>interface does not seem to provide any way to see the entire membership at
>once or I could probably parse it out of the HTML (though that would seem
>to be needlessly laborious.) Am I missing something simple?
>Mailman is on debian stable, but running version 2.1.4-1.backports.org.1
>from backports.org.  Thanks much for any assistance.
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