[Mailman-Users] Stopping all moderation
dennis.black at ualberta.ca
Tue Nov 2 18:28:14 CET 2004
>===== Original Message From Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> =====
>Dan Newcombe wrote:
>>I am on v2.1.5. Right now the attachments are moderated by size. I have
>>it set to 2M. Anything below goes through - anything above gets put in
>>the moderate queue. That is what I don't want. I'd much rather anything
>>below 2M go through, anything above 2M gets dropped outright.
>The setting you're looking for doesn't currently exist. I agree that it
>would be good to be able to specify the disposition of "too big"
>messages and also to specify the disposition of messages caught in the
>Privacy options...->Recipient filters, but this ability doesn't
>currently exist. Messages caught in any of these filters are always
>held for "moderator" approval.
Dan, I haven't taught myself python either. That's why I use procmail.
This recipe would do it, intercepting the message before it hits your list.
* > 2048000
|/usr/local/mailman/mail/mailman post yourlist
your aliases file:
yourlist: "|/usr/local/bin/procmail -m /etc/procmail/.yourlist.procmailrc"
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