[Mailman-Users] unclaimed action of mailman
mkawada at redhat.com
Fri Mar 12 07:13:35 CET 2010
Thank you very much for your quick response.
I totally understood, and I should have been more careful about
what exactly the admindb is. Thanks a million!
>>> The messages should be visible in the admindb web interface for the
>>> mailman list.
>> Are the messages you mention that emails which sent to mailman at example.com?
>> Could you please let me make sure that the admindb web interface is a page
>> titled like "Mailman mailing list Administration General Options Section",
>> and the mail sent to mailman at example.com can be visible in somewhere on that
>> page. Is this correct? If so I would like to know exactly where that emails are.
>> "Tend to pending moderator requests"?
> The page titled "Mailman mailing list Administration General Options
> Section" is part of the mailman list's admin (not admindb) interface.
> The admindb interface is the page linked via the "Tend to pending
> moderator requests" link on the admin pages.
> The admin pages have URLs that look like
> The admindb interface is http://www.example.com/mailman/admindb/mailman
>>> There should also be a large number of files in mailman's data/
>>> directory with names like heldmsg-mailman-nnn.pck. Each of these
>>> contains one held message. Also, depending on list settings, there may
>>> be so many of these that the admindb CGI times out before it can
>>> generate the summary page. In that case, you have to remove some, but
>>> don't just rm them.
>> I will verify if such files are existed in mailman's data/ directory.
>> On the other hand, is it possible to know/find where that emails are, if I
>> get the output of dumpdb command executing against lists/mailman/config.pck?
> No. There is nothing in the config.pck that tells you anything about
> held messages. Information about the messages is in
> lists/mailman/request.pck, but this is the same information that will
> be presented much more readably on the admindb page
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