FAQ

Mark Sapiro wrote:
If Scrubber (which is invoked to flatten the message for the plain
digest) throws an exception in this process, pre Mailman 2.1.7 this
caused the message to be shunted and the list would effectively stop
as this all occurs before archiving and regular delivery, and the
whole thing repeats with each new message.
Just a clarification. The shunted message in the above case is not the
'problem' message. It is the current message which triggers the
digest, and since the digest isn't produced and digest.mbox isn't
removed, each subsequent message does the same thing and is also
shunted.

The original 'problem' message was possibly shunted in processing it
for the archive, but it was most likely delivered to the list before
the list 'shut down'.

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