|| at Dec 13, 2007 at 12:19 am
Michael Grueter wrote:
On Dec 10, 2007, at 1:10 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
If you have the appropriate add_virtualhost() directives in mm_cfg.py
for this host and you have run fix_url if necessary to give the list
the correct web_page_url attribute, you should get the URL's you want
from the default template.
See some of the articles returned by
Thanks for the info. I was able to play with the variables you
mentioned and it works. So as far as correctly configuring Mailman is
concerned, are you saying that I should not have to edit
subscribeack.txt in order for the "host name this list prefers for
email" to show up instead of the generic mail server host name?
For purposes of discussion, let's say the "host name this list prefers
for email" is example.com.
Then, what I am saying is that if the URLs for your list's web pages
should be of the form http://example.com/mailman/...,
hidden web_page_url attribute should be 'http://example.com/mailman/'
and then %(listinfo_url)s will producehttp://example.com/mailman/listinfo/listname
and %(optionsurl)s will
Now there are several ways to accomplish this, but first you should have
in mm_cfg.py. Then you can run
bin/withlist -r -r fix_url listname -u example.com
to fix the list.
I'm running Mac OS X Server 10.4.10 and there is a GUI admin tool for
configuring mailing lists. This is what I used to setup my mailing
list. Maybe it is not configuring things properly. Are you familiar
with this tool?
No, although I know that some people who run Apple's Mac OS X Server
Mailman forgo Apples GUI and use Mailman's web admin interface instead.
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