[Mailman-Users] Is it possible to filter what is archived?
mike.peachey at jennic.com
Mon Aug 6 14:57:00 CEST 2007
Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Mark Sapiro wrote:
>> Make a custom handler (see
>> that checks mlist.umbrella_list, and if true add an X-No-Archive:
>> header to the message. E.g.
>> def process(mlist, msg, msgdata):
>> if mlist.umbrella_list:
>> msg['X-No-Archive'] = 'Yes'
>> The handler has to be in the pipeline prior to 'ToArchive'.
> I should know better than to post code when I'm in a hurry, but ...
> The above is a bit too simple. Something like
> def process(mlist, msg, msgdata):
> if mlist.umbrella_list:
> del msg['x-no-archive']
> msg['X-No-Archive'] = 'Yes'
> is probably better to avoid creating multiple X-No-Archive: headers.
> Also, if you insert the handler prior to 'ToArchive', the message (any
> message to an umbrella list) will not be archived at all. If you
> insert the handler after 'ToArchive' but prior to 'ToOutgoing', the
> message will be archived in the archive of the first umbrella list it
> hits, but won't be archived in any subsequent lists which is probably
> more like what you want.
This is just what I need, thank you!
However it seems that the "if mlist.umbrella_list:" statement is
superfluous. On the assumption that the handler is being inserted AFTER
the first archiving, then surely it's safe to assume that no message
should be archived a second time and so ALL messages should get an
X-No-Archive as soon as they've been archived once.
Let me know if I'm off base here.
Mike Peachey, IT
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