Tim O'Neal wrote:
Thanks for the suggestion. I think what you're suggesting is that I enclose the /usr/local/mailman/cgi-bin/ in quotes???
In any case, it didn't work and gave me the same results.
It is normally recommended to quote it, but I think it only matters if there are 'funny' characters in the path.
Here are my aliases, (BTW, my listserver is behind a firewall).
Alias /pipermail/ /web/lists.suffolk.edu/DocumentRoot/archives/public/ Alias /icons/ /web/lists.suffolk.edu/DocumentRoot/icons/ ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ /web/lists.suffolk.edu/DocumentRoot/cgi-bin/ ScriptAlias /mailman/ /web/lists.suffolk.edu/DocumentRoot/cgi-bin/
This seems OK.
Everything else in the cgi-bin directory seems to work properly.
Do you mean you can go to http://www.example.com/mailman/admin (without a trailing slash) and it works and gives you the admin overview page?
If so, I think there must be something else in your Apache config.