[Mailman-Users] PRIVATE/PUBLIC EXTERNAL ARCHIVER
jean-philippe.giola at st.com
Wed Jun 15 09:34:12 CEST 2005
So, if I change PRIVATE/PUBLIC EXTERNAL ARCHIVER as :
*PRIVATE_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = '/path/to/my_archiver %(listname)s"
*only the current message wil be theat by my archiver (it's what I
Does I understand ?
Mark Sapiro wrote:
>Jean-Philippe GIOLA wrote:
>>I want to use an another archiver for mailman like monharc or pipermail
>>(or one that i 'm developping) and i want to know if , when a mail is
>>sent to a list, the external archiver will treat all the mbox file of
>>the list or only the mail that was just sent ?
>As it says in the description in Defaults.py, the command string is
>invoked via os.popen(). This creates a pipe to the standard input of
>the command. The current message (only) is then written to the pipe.
>At this point, the message has already been written to the
>listname.mbox/listname.mbox file, so if your external archiver wants
>to read that file, it can, but it doesn't have to to get the current
>message which is piped to its standard input.
>Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> The highway is for gamblers,
>San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
Jean-Philippe Giola - 6577
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