[Mailman-Users] Re: Mailman-Users Digest, Vol 14, Issue 22
paul.williams at uwex.edu
Thu Apr 14 16:13:11 CEST 2005
Just last week I did a move all my mailmna lists
to a totally new server, I moved where mailman was installed
and had a new version of Mailman.
I needed to run
bin/withlist -l -r fix_url -a
as described in 3.4 in the Mailman FAQ
and then I encountered the apparently known problem described in 3.38
in the Mailman FAQ, ie.
After upgrading mailman it gives out erroneous moderation messages, eg
"Subject: -1 LISTNAME moderator request(s) waiting
This fixes itself when you go to the link.
There is a description how to fix the problem other than going to the link,
but to be honest, the description was not written in a way that I could
understand to fix the problem. I understood how to use the python fix for
one list but I have about 400+ lists and I didn't want to run it by hand on
all 400+ lists. So I just told owners to click on the link and it
should fix it for them.
>From: Jim Tittsler <jwt at onjapan.net>
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>To: Tony Bibbs <tony at tonybibbs.com>
>References: <425D2162.9060608 at tonybibbs.com>
>In-Reply-To: <425D2162.9060608 at tonybibbs.com>
>Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 11:54:09 +0900
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>Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Migrating lists to new server...
>On Apr 13, 2005, at 22:40, Tony Bibbs wrote:
>>I'm trying to successfully migrate all lists and associated accounts over
>>to a new server. I copied everythign in the /lists and /data
>>directories. This seemed to produce the lists just fine but none of the
>>addresses tied to each list came with them. Thoughts?
>(You will probably also want to copy the archives and mm_cfg.py
>If you copied the contents of the lists directory, that contains all of
>the subscriber addresses.
>If you mean the addresses to reach the mailing lists, you will also need
>to copy or recreate all of the aliases that pipe mail into mailman (unless
>you use an MTA scheme that automatically detects the lists, which is most
>common for Exim users). the bin/genaliases command can (re)build the
>complete list of aliases for your lists. (If you are using Postfix, you
>will also want to tell it where to find the aliases in the data
>directory... details are in README.POSTFIX.)
>Jim Tittsler http://www.OnJapan.net/ GPG: 0x01159DB6
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