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index-recursive-long listname [pathname]
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listname, required, is an email list at this site (or GLOBAL)
-recursive, if specified, lists all files in all subdirectories
-long,      if specified, lists more details about the files
pathname,   if specified, is the directory path to be indexed
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This command shows the files and directories that are available from
a list, which the list owner must have previously stored there. If no
files or directories exist, or if you are not authorized to index the
list, the "index" command returns an error message.

Normally, archived posts are listed with "archive-index" and retrieved
with "archive-get". The index and get commands will not allow archive
retrieval if "archive_dir" is set to somewhere outside the list's file
space, and are not as convenient even if they DO work.

Note that "pathname" may include one or more levels of directories
(also called folders). For example, if list "MYLIST" contains a
directory called "TOPDIR" and in that directory is another directory
called "SUBDIR", then these commands would be valid:
  index MYLIST
  index MYLIST /
  index MYLIST /TOPDIR/SUBDIR
  index-recursive MYLIST
where a slash "/" separates the directory names, and a slash by
itself is the same as using no pathname at all.

See Also:
   help admin_documents (to learn about the file space of a mailing list)
   help archive (to obtain an index of an archive of posted messages)
   help configset_access_rules   (to restrict access to this command)
   help configset_archive_access  (to restrict indexing of special files)
   help configset_index_access (determines who can index files under a list)
   help get (to retrieve files from the file space)
   help put (to create files or directories in the file space)

This is the "index" help document for 
Majordomo 2, version 0.1201103110.

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