[Mailman-Users] Administrate list via HTML?

Lloyd Tennison lloyd_tennison at whoever.com
Tue May 4 02:03:58 CEST 2004

What version are you using?  There are several different HTML pages to manage Mailman. For instance, this list management info is at: http://mail.python.org/mailman/admin/mailman-users.  Yours should be in a similar place.

Look at the List- headrers for your own list and then select the admin page listed at the bottom of the Listinfo page.

Oh, there is a php script -but the new interface has pretty much outdated it.  If you cannot update your Mailman - the script is available at Sourceforge.net - check the Mailman section.

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>At 4:51 PM -0400 2004/05/03, Sean Robertson wrote:
>>                              Is there any kind of email interface to
>>  MailMan's admin functions?
>	There is an e-mail interface, some of which is highlighted by the 
>"List-" headers that Mailman puts on outgoing messages.  If you send 
>the word "help" to the listname-request address, you should get back 
>a document that describes everything.
>>                              I can very easily generate an email with
>>  commands in it (already doing that to subscribe users), but I need
>>  access to some admin functions as well.  Am I just SOL?
>	Beyond the above, I'm not aware of any other e-mail or PHP interface.
>>  This is becoming a more urgent matter with each passing day, so any
>>  assistance you could provide would be _greatly_ appreciated.  Thanks.
>	I didn't say anything earlier because I didn't have much useful to say.
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