The ‘end’ command

The mail command processor recognized an ‘end’ command which tells it to stop processing email messages.

>>> command = config.commands['end']
>>> print(command.name)
end
>>> print(command.description)
Stop processing commands.

The ‘end’ command takes no arguments.

>>> print('DESCRIPTION:', command.argument_description)
DESCRIPTION:

The command itself is fairly simple; it just stops command processing, and the message isn’t even looked at.

>>> mlist = create_list('[email protected]')
>>> from mailman.email.message import Message
>>> print(command.process(mlist, Message(), {}, (), None))
ContinueProcessing.no

The ‘stop’ command is a synonym for ‘end’.

>>> command = config.commands['stop']
>>> print(command.name)
stop
>>> print(command.description)
An alias for 'end'.
>>> print('DESCRIPTION:', command.argument_description)
DESCRIPTION:
>>> print(command.process(mlist, Message(), {}, (), None))
ContinueProcessing.no