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Grep for the message you want under /home/projects/PROJECT/lists/user/mo= d/pending/=20
Then you can use ezmlm-accept to send and delete the pending message.
/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-accept ~/PROECJT/lists/user ~/PROJECT/lists/= user/mod/pending/<filename>
By default, JIRA and Confluence both send emails with the "Preceden= ce" header set to "bulk". ezmlm-reject automatically rejects= such emails and can not be configured to do otherwise.=20
To resolve this, there is a script=20 =20 =20
This script filters out any Precedence header before it gets to ezmlm-re= ject; thus allowing such messages to be processed as normal.=20
In /home/projects/PROJECT/lists/LIST/editor change the ezmlm-reject line= appropriately:=20 =20
Possible improvements to this include adding an option to control which = senders have their Precedence header removed.