[Mailman-Users] (no subject)

Luke Shannon lukeshannon at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 16 21:54:47 CET 2006

Actually it doesn't really need to be in MySQL. As long as Mailman handles 
the add and removing of addresses to a list and creates an alias for each 
list, my java program could be tweaked to send mail to all alias rather than 
a set of email addresses (as it does now).



>From: Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net>
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>Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 11:35:01 -0800
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>Luke Shannon wrote:
> >
> >I would like Mailman to only handle subscribing and unsubscribing of 
> >to our 90 lists which are stored in a mySQL DB. The existing program will
> >continue send out the mails.
> >
> >Can this easily be done with Mailman? Will I have to change our database 
> >users to a different format?
>There is a MySQL Mailman MemberAdaptor at
>and an updated version os this at
>This would probably allow you to do what you want, but as Brad
>indicated in another reply, some kind of Customer Relations Manager
>may be more appropriate for your application.
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