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Hello, there!

I am using MailMain trough its web-based interface. I don't have access
to the server where its runs, because it's a third-party hosting company
which provides me the MailMan service.

I want to export the subscribers list in a format like this:

subscriber1 at mydomain.com
subscriber2 at mydomain.com
. . . . . . .
subscriber9 at mydomain.com

I wasn't able to find the way to perform this operation, searching
deeply into the options tree.

Is it possible to obtain this kind of list?

T.I.A.

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  • Jim Tittsler at Nov 20, 2004 at 12:35 am

    On Fri, Nov 19, 2004 at 01:52:36PM -0300, Arlequ?n wrote:
    I am using MailMain trough its web-based interface. I don't have access
    to the server where its runs, because it's a third-party hosting company
    which provides me the MailMan service.

    I want to export the subscribers list in a format like this:

    subscriber1 at mydomain.com
    subscriber2 at mydomain.com
    mailman-subscribers.py is example program showing how you can
    get that sort of list through the web interface. It is available
    from;
    <http://starship.python.net/crew/jwt/mailman/#throughtheweb>

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  • Arlequín at Oct 18, 2005 at 9:39 pm
    Hello.

    I am tring your mailman-subscribers.py script using ActiveState Python
    2.4 with ClientCookie enabled.

    I am trying to fetch the subscribers list from my WindowsXP box to a
    hosting service where I have 2000+ subscribers I type:

    python.exe mailman-subscribers.py -v sg-guarani.org newsletter mypassword

    And I get a 0....

    What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks in advance.

    On 19/11/2004 21:35, Jim Tittsler wrote:
    On Fri, Nov 19, 2004 at 01:52:36PM -0300, Arlequ?n wrote:

    I am using MailMain trough its web-based interface. I don't have access
    to the server where its runs, because it's a third-party hosting company
    which provides me the MailMan service.

    I want to export the subscribers list in a format like this:

    subscriber1 at mydomain.com
    subscriber2 at mydomain.com

    mailman-subscribers.py is example program showing how you can
    get that sort of list through the web interface. It is available
    from;
    <http://starship.python.net/crew/jwt/mailman/#throughtheweb>

    --
    Arlequ?n _o)
    amahoro_AT_adinet_DOT_com_DOT_uy / \\
    http://counter.li.org/ _(___V
    Linux Registered User #207262
  • Mark Sapiro at Oct 19, 2005 at 2:50 am

    Arlequ?n wrote:
    I am tring your mailman-subscribers.py script using ActiveState Python
    2.4 with ClientCookie enabled.

    I am trying to fetch the subscribers list from my WindowsXP box to a
    hosting service where I have 2000+ subscribers I type:

    python.exe mailman-subscribers.py -v sg-guarani.org newsletter mypassword

    And I get a 0....
    Granted the script should be more robust, but it's only an example...

    First, what version of mailman-subscribers.py do you have? The latest
    is 2005-06-14. There have been at least 5 revisions since November
    2004.

    The current version when run with the -v option emits '0(0)' as it
    retrieves the first page of the member list and then perhaps 'a(0)' as
    it gets the first page of 'a' and 'a(1)' for the second page of a and
    so on.

    I can make it emit '0(0)' and nothing more if I misspell the listname
    or the list password, but I am running the latest version with Python
    2.4.1 so it uses Python's cookielib instead of ClientCookie. I seem to
    remember that -v used to work differently, but I don't recall the
    details and no longer have any old versions.

    If you literally mean it prints '0' and then slowly adds '.', it is
    probably printing one '.' per page of admin_member_chunksize or less
    members which would be 70+ dots for 2000+ members with the standard
    default of 30 for admin_member_chunksize.

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  • Allen Watson at Dec 6, 2004 at 12:34 am
    I've found that I can get a membership list via email: I send a message to

    mylist-requrest at mydomain.com

    The message consists of "who admin-password"

    I get a full listing back of all non-hidden members. I've set all my lists
    to default to non-hidden. You would need to reformat the text of the list
    you receive, because it includes real names if given.
    On 11/19/04 8:52 AM, "Arlequ?n" wrote:

    Hello, there!

    I am using MailMain trough its web-based interface. I don't have access
    to the server where its runs, because it's a third-party hosting company
    which provides me the MailMan service.

    I want to export the subscribers list in a format like this:

    subscriber1 at mydomain.com
    subscriber2 at mydomain.com
    . . . . . . .
    subscriber9 at mydomain.com

    I wasn't able to find the way to perform this operation, searching
    deeply into the options tree.

    Is it possible to obtain this kind of list?

    T.I.A.
    --
    Your companion on the journey,
    Allen Watson

    The Circle of Atonement, P.O. Box 4238, W. Sedona, AZ 86340
    <http://www.circleofa.com>
    "Whom you forgive is free, and what you give you share. Forgive the sins
    your brother thinks he has committed, and all the guilt you think you see in
    him." (A Course in Miracles, T-19.IV(D.i).15:9-10)

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