[Mailman-Users] Need help to help a friend!
John W. Baxter
jwblist at olympus.net
Wed Jul 28 00:47:35 CEST 2004
On 7/27/2004 13:51, "Brad Knowles" <brad.knowles at skynet.be> wrote:
>> Q: Can these e-mail addresses be extracted (exported) to an ASCII
>> file without the use of executing any Mailman software?
> Not so far as I know.
If the new environment has the equivalent of the Unix
command, that can be used to extract the member names from the
file. Along, unfortunately, with many other strings. But the names are
together in one place. Or more accurately, several places (I think they are
keys to the dictionary of options, the dictionary of "human" names, the
dictionary of passwords, the dictionary of desired languages, and,
optionally, the dictionary of topics of interest.
Something like that.
The addresses right after the string "user_options" or the string
"passwords" are probably complete...some of the others may only have entries
for some users.
(For sufficiently old Mailman versions, this may not be the case)
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