batch deleting users

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batch deleting users

Postby gin » 7:03am, Wed 20 Dec, 2006

So I'm on a shared domain, and PHP has no IMAP installed. While I try to get that fixed, I have to process bounces manually. So, I have like 300-500 emails I'm pretty sure are duds. Is there a way to do a batch delete of users?
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Postby Hernol » 1:20pm, Wed 20 Dec, 2006

You want to delete users with bounces that you manually got?
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Postby jackbremer » 1:16pm, Thu 08 Mar, 2007

you don't need IMAP for bounce processing, POP3 is fine
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Postby H2B2 » 1:56pm, Thu 08 Mar, 2007

jackbremer wrote:you don't need IMAP for bounce processing, POP3 is fine

You do actually need IMAP, though not the IMAP protocol:
Error: IMAP is not included in your PHP installation, cannot continue. There is a major confusion that has been caused by the PHP developer naming a module the IMAP module even though it is used for more than just IMAP. PHPlist needs the IMAP functions in PHP in order to connect to the mailbox that will hold the bounces. The mailbox itself is a POP3 mailbox, or you can configure it to be a local mailbox files, but whatever the situation, the IMAP functions are necessary. IMAP functions in PHP has nothing to do with the actual IMAP protocol (at least not as far as phplist is concerned). You should be able to solve this issue by installing (and compiling) the IMAP module into PHP. If you are on a shared hosting account, you should contact your hosting provider.

Source: http://docs.phplist.com/PhplistTroubleshooting
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Postby jackbremer » 1:47pm, Fri 09 Mar, 2007

H2B2, as always you are a fantastic teacher!
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