Remove MailMan from Plesk
Mailman is a web-based email distribution list manager. With an email distribution list, you can send an email message to a single address and have it automatically distributed to any number of predetermined addresses.
Mailman allows list owners to create and modify lists easily as well as add and remove subscribers without having to know specific commands. List subscribers can easily modify their list subscriptions and preferences.
This guide will show you how to completely remove Mailman from your (dv) Dedicated-Virtual Server 3.5.
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- You must have SSH access set up for root or a sudo user.
1. Log into your (dv) Dedicated-Virtual Server using SSH as the root user. Now, let's run the command to find which version of Mailman is currently installed:
rpm -q mailman
You should find results similar to the following:
2. Next, we will use rpm to uninstall:
rpm -e mailman-2.1.1-5 rpm -e mailman-2.1.1-7.legacy