mlmmj-receive -L /path/to/listdir [-h] [-V] [-P] [-F]
-h: This help
-F: Don't fork in the background (debugging only)
-L: Full path to list directory
-P: Don't execute mlmmj-process (debugging only)
-V: Print version
The mlmmj-receive binary is the one specified in the mailserver configuration file (aliases file), which writes the mail to the <listdir>/incoming directory and invokes mlmmj-process unless the -P option is specified. On systems using mailservers supporting the /etc/aliases file, a line to activate an mlmmj managed mailinglist would look like this:
list: "|/usr/bin/mlmmj-receive -L /var/spool/mlmmj/list/"
It's very important to specify the full path to the binary, or the mailinglist will not function.
When the -F option is used, it will not fork in the background. The reason it forks is that if delivery of a mail takes longer time than the mail server will allow a command to be idle before presumed dead, the mail server would kill it.
This manual page was written by the following persons:
Søren Boll Overgaard <email@example.com> (based on html2man output)
Mads Martin Jørgensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>