[Mailman-Users] Add to filter from commandline?
msapiro at value.net
Sun Aug 19 03:37:29 CEST 2007
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Willendrup, Peter Kjær wrote:
> I have two mailinglists sitting on the same machine, one being the general
> user mailinglist (A) and the other one the software developer list (B) (B is
> reachable by a commonly known 'support' email adress).
> Is there an easy way to allow members of list A to write messages to list B
> without being members of B?
for a patch to allow this.
> My current solution is to add the members of A to the accepts filter of list
> B - something that I am currently doing using the web interface...
> My real question is: Is it possible to add addresses to the 'accepts' filter
> of a mailinglist from the commandline?
Not directly, but in a shell script you could prepare a file that looks like
mlist.accept_these_nonmembers.append('usera at example.com')
mlist.accept_these_nonmembers.append('userb at example.com')
and so on for all the non-members you want to add and then run
bin/config_list -i filename listname
where filename is the name of the above file.
Alternatively, you could just prepare an input file that looks like
accept_these_nonmembers = [
'usera at example.com',
'userb at example.com',
'userc at example.net',
'userd at example.net',
wherein all the addresses (not just adds) for accept_these_nonmembers
are listed, and then run the same config_list command. See
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