On November 2, 2020 3:24:15 AM PST, Brian Carpenter <brian_carpen...@emwd.com> wrote: > >On 11/2/20 4:26 AM, Christian F Buser via Mailman-Users wrote: >> In a Mailman mailing list (which runs in a cPanel installation), a >user sent a message which was not really for the list. >> >> Of course, all "normal" recipients already have this message in their >mailboxes. There is nothing I could do there. >> >> But is it possible to delete this single message from the list’s >archive, so that it will not be there "forever" and not show up in the >digest the next day? >> >> Thank you, Christian > >It is possible but your cPanel hosting provider will need to do it. >They >will need to remove the message from your list's mbox file and then >rebuild your archives. At least that is the way I handle that situation > >for my own Mailman 2 clients. I don't believe it is possible for a >cPanel user to do this since they normally don't have root access to >the >server.
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