[Mailman-Users] Simple notification handler
mark at msapiro.net
Wed Dec 21 17:39:15 CET 2011
Yves Moisan wrote:
>- Parse the Subject line looking for "*rror*"
>- If so, send an email to an arbitrary address
>I understand the pipeline system and how I could add the Handler for a
>specific list, but I'm looking for a detailed Python API listing
>somewhere to see what I can really do in the process() function, e.g.
>def process(mlist, msg, msgdata):
> subject = msg.getheader('subject')
># parse subject (I'll find that) and if error
> # msg.send("arbitraryemail at whatever.com")
The Mailman API is documented in the source.
You need something like
from Mailman import Utils
from Mailman.Message import UserNotification
NTEXT = """The text of
NRECIP = 'recipient at example.com'
NFROM = 'sender at example.com'
NSUBJ = 'Notification subject'
def process(mlist, msg, msgdata):
subject = Utils.oneline(msg['subject'], 'us-ascii')
if re.search('.*rror.*', subject, re.IGNORECASE)
nmsg = UserNotification(NRECIP, NFROM, NSUBJ, NTEXT)
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