[Mailman-Users] Multi list management ..

Khalil Abbas khillo100 at hotmail.com
Sat Sep 6 03:57:15 CEST 2008

Dear Mark,
it's a religious list and each subscriber invites all his friends to subscribe, each one subscriber can make up to 100 people subscribe and that's the beauty of it.. besides, I only send a single line of religious quote not a huge article which make it popular to people ..
thanks for your help ..
by the way, the list is about 200,000+ in size, but I have to divide it on several servers because godaddy (where I host the lists) limits the daily smtp relays so I can't send them all using only one server .. I have 3 servers with 100,000 emails per day limit each..
does anyone know a good company that has great servers with no limitation on the daily outgoing emails? I would appreciate it if u share if you have tried it ..
appreciate your help ..
> Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2008 18:04:56 -0700> From: mark at msapiro.net> To: khillo100 at hotmail.com; mailman-users at python.org> Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Multi list management ..> > Khalil Abbas wrote:> > > >the problem is, everyday I have to MASS-REMOVE the list of addresses that wants to cancel on all the small lists .. as well as have to MASS-SUBSCRIBE the list of new subscriptions on all of the small lists which is getting really exhausting especially that my list is growing very fast (sometimes 5000+ subscribers a day) and I have to open a new small list every like 50 or 60 new thousand subscribers ..> > > >the question is, is there a way to manage ALL the lists at one time?? like mass removing from all the lists at a time ?> > > Do these hundreds of thousands (millions?) of people all really opt-in> to your newsletter?> > I'm reluctant to help you at all, because I think you'd have a> difficult time convincing me you aren't spamming these people, but in> the interest of helping you remove people,> > bin/remove_members --fromall --file=somefile> > will remove all the addresses found in 'somefile' from all lists.> > -- > Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,> San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan> 
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