Mail::Toaster::Ezmlm - a batch processing tool for ezmlm mailing lists
ezmlm.cgi -a [ add | remove | list ] -a action - add, remove, list -d dir - ezmlm list directory -f file - file containing list of email addresses -v verbose - print verbose options
Ezmlm.cgi is a command line and CGI application that allows a domain administrator (ie, email@example.com) to add, remove, and list batches of email addresses. You can use this utility to subscribe lists of email addresses, delete a list of addresses, or simply retrieve a list of subscribers.
some functions depend on Mail::Ezmlm; authentication depends on "vpopmail" (a perl extension)
If you need to run ezmlm.cgi suid, which is likely the case, then hacks to Mail::Ezmlm are required for the "list" function to work in taint mode. Also, for a perl script to run suid, you must have suidperl installed. Another (better) approach is to use Apache suexec instead of suidperl.
Creates a new Mail::Toaster::Ezmlm object.
use Mail::Toaster::Ezmlm; my $ez = Mail::Toaster::Ezmlm;
Authenticates a HTTP user against vpopmail to verify the user has permission to do what they're asking.
Check a directory and see if it's a directory and readable.
return 0 if not, return 1 if OK.
Get a list of Ezmlm lists for a given mail directory. This is designed to work with vpopmail where all the list for example.com are in ~vpopmail/domains.
Put the logo on the HTML page. Sets the URL from $conf.
$conf is values from toaster.conf.
Example: $ezmlm->logo( web_logo_url => 'http://www.tnpi.net/images/head.jpg', web_log_alt => 'tnpi.net logo', );
Accepts input from HTTP requests, presents a HTML request form, and triggers actions based on input.
Get input from the command line options and proceed accordingly.
Subcribe a user (or list of users) to a mailing list.
$ezmlm->subs_add( list => $list_name, list_dir => $list_dir, requested => $address_list );
Print out a list of subscribers to an Ezmlm mailing list.
Matt Simerson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
None known. Report any to author.
The following are all man/perldoc pages:
Mail::Toaster Mail::Toaster::Conf toaster.conf toaster-watcher.conf http://mail-toaster.org/
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