mckemie at spamcop.net
Fri Mar 4 03:12:27 CET 2005
> > HEY! I think I've got it! I put "~mailman/bin/list_members >
> > list_members" in a cron job and got a list_members file that contains
> > list_members help.
> Oh? Wow. I wouldn't have expected that you'd be that lucky. Cool.
Now, I'm stuck (again). Doing "~mailman/bin/list_members [listname] >
[listname]" created [listname] but left it empty.
Doing "~mailman/bin/list_lists > list_lists" created list_lists but
left it empty.
So, it appears that I'm not really getting to my mailman data.
Probably some path problem that I don't understand.
Taking some other tacks, I have access to supposed mailman backup files.
Including there is a config.pck for each list. The .pck files contain
the subscribers, but not in an easily decipherable form. Any idea what
I might do with a .pck file?
I just did a local install of mailman to try to better understand where
things are, but I haven't gotten it to start. Probably because I don't
have a mail server. I do have apache running on the same box that has
mailman. Any suggestions on using a local mailman? How to turn off the
expectation of actually sending mail?
Willie, ONWARD! Through the fog!
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