[Mailman-Users] Command-line to the rescue?
mark at msapiro.net
Wed Feb 12 16:58:57 CET 2014
On 02/12/2014 07:51 AM, Richard wrote:
> ...ONE of those key administration tasks that
> doesn't work is the management of "pending moderator requests."
> And, using the mail reply option isn't sufficient because we no longer
> have all the original administrator emails to reply to!
> So... /usr/lib/mailman/bin/discard to the rescue?
> All 'discard -h' says is:
> Discard held messages.
> discard [options] file ...
> --help / -h
> Print this help message and exit.
> --quiet / -q
> Don't print status messages.
> Um... Obvious question: What goes in the file?
The held message file(s) which are in Mailman's data/directory with
names like heldmsg-LISTNAME-nnnn.*
> I'd also have expected it to present me with an option to specify which
> list? A "from" email address? And what if I want to accept or reject
> instead of discard?
> Is there a different utility I should be looking at?
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