[Mailman-Users] Incoming queue, and how to flush it.

José Zapata jose.zapata at infonegocio.net.pe
Wed Jan 12 18:50:13 CET 2005


I just sent a message to one of my lists. It's sitting down into mailman's incoming queue, and not going out. The Sendmail queue is empty, and this message is the only one in the mailman's in queue. So, why does Mailman keep it in the queue? And how can I do to 'force send' the message?


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Tony Ricciotti 
  To: mailman-users at python.org 
  Cc: Brant Cheikes 
  Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2005 9:11 AM
  Subject: [Mailman-Users] Using mailman to create a readonly archive

  I have a mailing list on the inside of my company and need to create a 
  readonly replica on the outside.  Unfortunately the list inside is not 
  running mailman so I cannot just move the flat files.  I know I can 
  create the external archive as a user on the internal site and receive 
  messages this way, but I have another question on this.

  I need users to be able to subscribe/unsubscribe using the external site 
  as well.  How can I redirect everything so that the subscription 
  requests are sent to the internal server instead of being handled 
  locally?  I have already changed the mailto: link, but we would like to 
  use the webform as well.

  Thanks in advance:
  Tony Ricciotti

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