[Mailman-Users] deleting users over multiple lists

Juan Miscaro scry_mr at yahoo.ca
Mon Jun 4 16:09:12 CEST 2007

--- Ryan Steele <steele at agora-net.com> wrote:

> Juan Miscaro wrote:
> > Is there any way to delete subscriber addresses over multiple lists
> > easily (command line)?  I am using Mailman 2.1.8 on OpenBSD 4.0.
> >
> >   
> Maybe something like this for a single user:
> for list in `bin/list_lists | awk '{print $1}'` do;
>      bin/remove_members $list username
> done

Can't I just go

$ bin/remove_members --fromall user at example.com


> ...or this for multiple users
> users='foo bar baz'
> for list in `bin/list_lists | awk '{print $1}'` do;
>      bin/remove_members $list users
> done
> > I also want to be able to remove all addresses from particular
> domains.
> >   
> You mean, remove all members from all lists belonging to a particular
> domain name?

Yes, that is what I mean.

I want to be able to go

$ bin/remove_members --fromall *@example.com

but I read on the mailman FAQ that regexp/globs are not permitted.


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