[Mailman-Users] Google Mail and Mailman
catmaxx at berrach.com
Thu Sep 7 15:05:27 CEST 2006
At 05:24 AM 9/7/2006, Thomas Eberle wrote:
>Now the question: Is ist possible to individualize the subject line like
>using a counter or placing a variable there that pulls the member's mail
>address from the database how it is standard in a mail merging software?
You could try to use Python format strings but my guess is that
Mailman will ignore them in the Subject: line. You could place a
header at the top (first line) of the body of the message which
should help to identify each message as a unique message.
For example, in the Digest Options and Non-Digest Options, set the
following in the header block:
This message is delivered to %(user_name)s at %(user_delivered_to)s
This would result in the subscriber's name and subscribed email
address to appear in the first line of the message body which should
identify it as a unique message to each address delivered to the same ISP.
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