On the server
lists # ./find_member somemember
somemember at someplace.edu found in:
icrc
somemember at someplace.edu&nbsp found in:
icrc


lists # ./remove_members icrc somemember at someplace.edu&nbsp
[1] 11103
-bash: nbsp: command not found

The list owner removed them from the list, but they still show up on the server.
Will this cause more bounces and then disable the accounts?


Thank you,

Sandi Gruver
Unix System Administrator
SBCTC-ITD
1300 Quince Street SE
Olympia, WA 98504
360.704.1019

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  • Mark Sapiro at Sep 24, 2010 at 10:17 pm

    Sandi Gruver wrote:
    On the server
    lists # ./find_member somemember
    somemember at someplace.edu found in:
    icrc
    somemember at someplace.edu&nbsp found in:
    icrc


    lists # ./remove_members icrc somemember at someplace.edu&nbsp
    [1] 11103
    -bash: nbsp: command not found

    & has special meaning to the shell and must be quoted or escaped. The
    above line says run the command "./remove_members icrc
    somemember at someplace.edu" in the background and then run nbsp in the
    forground.

    The "[1] 11103" is the job ID and PID of the background job which
    presumably ran normally and removed somemember at someplace.edu from the
    list. "-bash: nbsp: command not found" is the response to the "nbsp"
    command. You need to give the command as

    ./remove_members icrc somemember at someplace.edu\&nbsp

    or

    ./remove_members icrc "somemember at someplace.edu&nbsp"

    or

    ./remove_members icrc 'somemember at someplace.edu&nbsp'



    The list owner removed them from the list, but they still show up on the server.
    Will this cause more bounces and then disable the accounts?

    If the bounce processing settings are appropriate for the list traffic.

    --
    Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,
    San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan

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