[Mailman-Users] Owner and/or moderator not being notified of heldmessage
mailman-users at mikebeaty.com
Fri Apr 5 01:12:59 CEST 2013
On Apr 4, 2013, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Mike Beaty wrote:
>> . The held messages do not appear in the web admindb interface
>> . They also do not show up in the 'vette' log
>> . cron/checkdbs runs every morning at 8 am.
>> . Messages are held in ~mailman/data/heldmesg-listname-###.txt
> If the ~mailman/data/heldmesg-listname-###.txt is created with the
> message but the message is not visible in the admindb interface, some
> exception is being thrown between writing the
> ~mailman/data/heldmesg-listname-###.txt file and saving the lists
> request.pck file. I'd guess a permissions issue, but what's in
> Mailman's error log?
That's possible, though I don't think that anyone's been twiddling
with the file system or the mailman installation. However, I would
very much like for it to be a permissions issue, as I know how to fix
I've put the last ~500 lines of ~mailman/logs/error into
Interestingly (to me), I see this error
ImportError: No module named Mailmann.UserDesc
which began on or about the day I first noticed the issues. Searches
on the term Mailmann.UserDesc yielded no results, so my installation
must be uniquely horked.
>> . Mailman version: 2.1
> Really? Mailman 2.1 was released in 2002; the current version in 2005
> was 2.1.5 or 2.1.6 (released May 2005). 2.1.15 is the latest release,
> but recent versions require Python 2.4+ <http://wiki.list.org/x/pYA9>.
37 /export/mailman/bin> version
Using Mailman version: 2.1
And I was mistaken in my original post. According to the logs, the
correct date was Feb 04 11:29:54 2004 . I apologize for the
confusion. This installation has been working fine for over nine
years. Unfortunately, I'm not the only sysadmin on this box, so
something may have been upgraded and/or changed without my knowledge.
I greatly appreciate your reply!
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