This is the same question I have. I don't know how to use to script in Windows XP. I only use to web to get to my mail. Nothing is saved on my system.
Re: [Mailman-Users] List all users on one page
Wed, 21 Apr 2010 20:10:41 -0700
Where is the best place for me to start understanding terminal commands like
you list there. I am honestly not even sure where to start. I am only used
to the web based interface.
The FAQ at <http://wiki.list.org/x/z4A9
> lists the commands and what
Each command has a --help option that gives the usage and options for
The two most useful commands for manipulating non GUI things or things
for all lists at once are bin/withlist and bin/config_list. Withlist
can run Python scripts against one or all lists and can invoke an
interactive Python interpreter with a list instance that can be
examined and changed interactively, but this requires both Python
knowledge and some knowledge of Mailman internals.
bin/config_list is more "friendly". For example, in this case you would
just create a file containing the single line
admin_member_chunksize = 100
or whatever number you need, and run
bin/config_list --inputfile /path/to/above/file listname
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