[Mailman-Users] Query on editing headers and confirmation messages
Rob.hackney at tkcsales.co.uk
Fri Jul 16 15:51:13 CEST 2004
I am setting up a announce-only list which is sitting on my LAN behind a
firewall. I've got a couple of queries which I haven't been able to find
answer for on the FAQ: I am not allowing access to the web interface so
the only way a subscriber can unsub is via email. I'd like to edit the
RFC2389 header info if possible:
To: test at lists.domain.co.uk
From: test at lists.domain.co.uk
Reply-To: test-unsubscribe at lists.domain.co.uk, test at lists.domain.co.uk
~delete this entry~,
mailto:test-request at lists.domain.co.uk?subject=unsubscribe ~keep this~
List-Archive: http://lists.domain.co.uk/pipermail/test ~delete this
List-Post: mailto:test at lists.domain.co.uk
List-Help: mailto:test-request at lists.domain.co.uk?subject=help
~delete this entry~
How would I go about doing this? Worse case I know that I can prevent
the header info being sent out but this seems to prevent delivery.
I also need to edit the confirmation message and remove the web address.
Do I just need to edit the unsub.txt in /templates/en?
Finally, one of the problems we are going to have to overcome is
maintaining our lists (we'd like to keep a record of unsubscribers
hopefully). The lists are updated by requests on our website and also
manual data entry, then imported. I've seen that I can use the dumpdb
command to export member list however I don't appear to have a db file -
it's a pck file and I can't seem to find any packages that can view
these files. Can I still use the db command?
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