[Mailman-Users] Zombie post

Jack Aubert jack at chezaubert.net
Sat May 13 22:32:46 CEST 2006

When I was setting up Mailman created a bogus list called 
"peacecorps" and sent it a test message.  There were several things 
wrong with the list, and and I deleted it.   I now continue to get a 
daily notification of a pending message, (included below) including 
the bogus default address supplied by RedHat although there is no 
longer a list to permit or deny the message. Is there any way to 
manually locate this zombie posting and delete it?

Jack Aubert.

>Subject: 1 Peacecorps moderator request(s) waiting
>From: peacecorps-bounces at yogibear.chezaubert.net
>To: peacecorps-owner at yogibear.chezaubert.net
>Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 08:00:01 -0400
>X-BeenThere: peacecorps at yogibear.chezaubert.net
>X-Mailman-Version: 2.1
>List-Id: Peace Corps Training Dartmouth 1964
>         <peacecorps.yogibear.chezaubert.net>
>Sender: mailman-bounces at yogibear.chezaubert.net
>The Peacecorps at yogibear.chezaubert.net mailing list has 1 request(s)
>waiting for your consideration at:
>         http://porky.devel.redhat.com/mailman/admindb/peacecorps
>Please attend to this at your earliest convenience.  This notice of
>pending requests, if any, will be sent out daily.
>Pending posts:
>From: jaubert at cox.net on Wed Feb 22 20:51:28 2006
>Subject: testing list
>Cause: Post by non-member to a members-only list

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