[Mailman-Users] problem sending multiple listserv commands via email

Christine Cubillo christine.cubillo at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 16:52:17 CET 2011

Thanks for responding.  Sorry, I pasted the usage message from one of
my unsubscribe tests.  Here are the results I get when i attempt to
subscribe multiple email addresses.  The first subscribe command is
always processed and the remaining subscribe commands are left
unprocessed.  Is there a way I can get all commands in my email to be

The results of your email command are provided below. Attached is your
original message.

- Results:
    You are already subscribed!

- Unprocessed:
    subscribe MyPassword nodigest address=address2 at somewhere.net
    subscribe MyPassword nodigest address=address3 at somewhere.net
    subscribe MyPassword nodigest address=address4 at somewhere.net
    subscribe MyPassword nodigest address=address5 at somewhere.net
    subscribe MyPassword nodigest address=address6 at somewhere.net
    subscribe MyPassword nodigest address=address7 at somewhere.net
    subscribe MyPassword nodigest address=address8 at somewhere.net

- Done.

On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 8:33 AM, Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> Christine Cubillo wrote:
>>***Response Received:
>>- Results:
>>    Usage:
>>    unsubscribe [password] [address=<address>]
>>        Unsubscribe from the mailing list.  If given, your password must match
>>        your current password.  If omitted, a confirmation email will be sent
>>        to the unsubscribing address. If you wish to unsubscribe an address
>>        other than the address you sent this request from, you may specify
>>        `address=<address>' (no brackets around the email address, and no
>>        quotes!)
>>- Unprocessed:
>>subscribe MyPassword nodigest address=email2 at someaddress.com
>>subscribe MyPassword nodigest address=email3 at someaddress.com
>>- Done.
> The second and subsequent commands are not processed because the first
> command results in an error. That's why you see a Usage: message.
> It appears that something has been broken in your Mailman installation
> as the subscribe commands appear to be invoking the cmd_unsubscribe
> module rather than the cmd_subscribe module.
> --
> 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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