I wrote a small bookmarklet that discards the Mailman queue. I use it
everyday on the CLUG and Webdev queues and it works fine. Takes an age
for the web page to load with all the spam though :(
Colm Buckley wrote:
> On 3 Mar 2004, at 02:37, Timothy Murphy wrote:
>>> As a matter of interest, is there no wand one can wave at mailman
>> (preferably by email from somewhere warm)
>> to make 2,740 waiting messages disappear?
>>> As far as I am aware, only by logging in to the server:
>> dagda# cd /var/lib/mailman/data
> dagda# /var/lib/mailman/bin/discard heldmsg-ilug-*
>> It would be fairly simple to write a Perl script which makes HTTP calls
> to the mailman admin interface, parses the resulting HTML, and issues
> discard instructions for all emails, but this would be a bit fragile and
> dependent on the precise format of the returned HTML.
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