[Mailman-Users] Zombie post
msapiro at value.net
Sat May 13 23:25:03 CEST 2006
Jack Aubert wrote:
>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?
If there is no lists/peacecorps/ directory, the list is gone and you
won't get this message unless there is some cron somewhere running a
cron/checkdbs script in some other mailman installation not completely
uninstalled that still has a lists/peacecorps/ directory.
There may also be a data/heldmsg-peacecorps-nn.pck file which contains
the actual message. This is not causing the notice which is driven by
lists/peacecorps/request.pck, but if it's there, you might as well
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San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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