[Mailman-Users] Perl API

Tony Rice tony at rtphokie.org
Wed Jan 21 19:50:00 CET 2004

I've looked through the archives and saw the question asked but no answer.

Is there a Perl API available for mailman?  I'd like to integrate mailman 
list membership into a web app that already has an established user record 
for each user.
- Tony Rice

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>> I thought about using the same alias-File for all mailman
>> installations..., but I don't know how mailman checks if a list
>> allready exists or not. Is mailman only searching through the alias
>> file to check if a list allready exists or is a database used, where
>> the listnames and other things are stored. Is the alias file checked
>> first and would a new list only be created, if the name for a new list
>> isn't found in the alias file...
>> I think I have to take a look in the mailman code :-(. Or do you have
>> anny hints?

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