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ezmlm-unsub(1)		    General Commands Manual		ezmlm-unsub(1)

       ezmlm-unsub - manually remove addresses from a mailing list

       ezmlm-unsub [ -HmMnNvV ]	[ -h hash ] dir	[ subdir ] [ box@domain	[ name
       ] ...  ]

       ezmlm-unsub removes each	 address  box@domain  from  the	 mailing  list
       stored  in  dir/subdir.	name is	added as a comment to the subscription
       log, if the -n switch is	used.

       If no argument is given on the command line, ezmlm-unsub	 will  process
       standard	input instead.

       If box@domain is	not on the mailing list, ezmlm-unsub keeps it off.

       ezmlm-unsub  converts  domain  to  lowercase before removing box@domain
       from the	mailing	list.

       -h hash
	      With SQL support,	the argument is	used as	the hash. The argument
	      should be	between	1 and 99. The hash is used in in the distribu-
	      tion of addresses	between	sublists. As the hash is normally  be-
	      tween  0	and  52, controlling the hash makes it possible	to add
	      addresses	that cannot be manipulated remotely.

       -H     (Default.)  The address can be removed if	it has a hash  in  the
	      normal range (0..52).  Only used by SQL subscriber databases.

       -m     (Default.)  Use the configured subscriber	database for the list.

       -M     Use  the	standard subscriber database even if the list was con-
	      figured to use another plugin.  This is equivalent to specifying
	      -S std.

       -n     Assume arguments are pairs of box@domain and name	(or other sub-
	      scriber info) rather than	addresses alone.  ezmlm-unsub(1)  will
	      remove the first argument	in each	pair from the subscriber list.
	      If it is a new address, name will	be added to  the  subscription

       -N     (Default.)  Arguments are	all addresses of the type box@domain.

       -S subdb
	      Connect  to  the	given subscriber database plugin.  This	option
	      can be used to manipulate	alternate subscriber  databases.   The
	      contents	of  the	parameter should be the	same as	would be given
	      to ezmlm-make -6.	 Use in	combination with ezmlm-list(1) to con-
	      vert an SQL address db to	a ezmlm	standard address database.

       -v     Display ezmlm-unsub(1) version information.

       -V     Display ezmlm-unsub(1) version information.

       ezmlm-list(1), ezmlm-manage(1), ezmlm-make(1), ezmlm-receipt(1),	ezmlm-
       send(1),	ezmlm-sub(1), ezmlm(5)



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