[Mailman-Users] working on an insanely huge moderation request list

Attila Kinali attila at kinali.ch
Wed Aug 30 16:58:02 CEST 2006

On Wed, 30 Aug 2006 09:20:38 -0500
"Patrick Bogen" <pdbogen at gmail.com> wrote:

> Most of the mails in the queue are probably so old that it doesn't
> even make sense to approve them. That said, you can probably convince
> 'find' to remove all of the queue files older than a certain date,
> which should help reduce your queue to a managable level, at which
> point you can handle it through the web interface.

You might be right, but i want to check them anyways.

> Alternatively, you can configure your web server to allow more
> resources to mailman, so that it can generate the list. This might
> require an excessive amount of resources, though, and may not be
> advisable.

This is unfortunately not possible.
> Lastly, you could unpack each queue file in turn and simply rm the
> ones you don't want to approve, although I would imagine this to be
> quite a time-consuming process.

This is about what i want to achieve.
Could you give me a pointer on how to do this?

			Attila Kinali


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