Mark Sapiro wrote:
Frank Griffin wrote:
It wasn't the addition of email@example.com in the reply-to that made me curious (I can see that this list does that as well), but the fact that the second entry has the correct description but the wrong address. Referencing my later post, it seems to be getting the address
from somewhere external to the actual list profile.
Where exactly is the authoritative location for these settings ? I'll print and post them.
In a standard Mailman, I trust the web GUI to display the correct thing in the three settings under "Reply-To: header munging" on the General Options page.
If you want to see what's behind that, you can do
and look at the actual values of the three attributes first_strip_reply_to, reply_goes_to_list and reply_to_address.
For the webdata list (the ported one):
'first_strip_reply_to': False, 'reply_goes_to_list': 1, 'reply_to_address': '',
Outside of the 'passwords', 'members', and 'users' keys, the following keys contain 'firstname.lastname@example.org':
For the ftgtest list (created on the new host):
'first_strip_reply_to': 1, 'reply_goes_to_list': 1, 'reply_to_address': '',
and no mention whatever of the address 'email@example.com'.
The mailman list contains:
'first_strip_reply_to': False, 'reply_goes_to_list': 0, 'reply_to_address': '',
FWIW, there was no lists/mailman directory in the copied files.