Getting started

To use Services_Mailman, you need to include it into your PHP file:

<?php
require_once 'Services/Mailman.php';
?>

Then, create a Services_Mailman object and supply the "Admin Links" URL and the admin password:

<?php
$mm 
= new Services_Mailman('http://example.org/mailman/admin''''adminpass');
?>

If you already know the mailing list you want to work on, specify it as second constructor parameter:

<?php
$mm 
= new Services_Mailman(
    
'http://example.org/mailman/admin',
    
'foo-users',
    
'adminpass'
);
?>

Error handling

If something goes wrong, Services_Mailman's methods will throw exceptions of type Services_Mailman_Exception. Using it's getMessage() method will give you a human-readable error message.

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