[Mailman-Users] Personalization [was: mailman post mail to listerror]
msapiro at value.net
Fri Apr 20 20:35:05 CEST 2007
>Mark Sapiro pisze:
>> OWNERS_CAN_ENABLE_PERSONALIZATION = Yes
>> in mm_cfg.py. Then go to the admin Non-digest options page and set
>> personalize to Yes or Full as desired and set msg_header and/or
>> msg_footer as desired. See the "Details for ..." links for a list of
>> allowable replacements.
>And restart mailman for the changes to take effect. At least I think you
>need to do it.
I don't think you do in this case. Of course, it never hurts to restart
mailman after changing mm_cfg.py (unless you made a mistake, but still
better to find it now), and often it is required, but it is only
necessary if the things you changed affect mail processing.
The web CGIs are loaded each time they are used so they always read the
current mm_cfg.py. Also, the list configuration is loaded each time it
is used, so if you are only changing things that affect the web UI and
then changing list settings via the web UI, you don't need to restart
>There's a setting to limit the number of emails mailman passes to a
>mailserver in one go. I don't remember it off hand, though.
I think you are thinking of SMTP_MAX_RCPTS which controls the maximum
number of recipients (RCPT commands) for one SMTP transaction from
Mailman. This has no effect for a personalized list since if the list
is personalized, the post is sent to each member in a separate
transaction since the message is personalized - i.e., each SMTP
transaction has exactly one recipient.
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