[Mailman-Developers] "Site list is missing"
sb.list at sb.org
Tue Dec 3 00:32:37 2002
You need to have a mailing list named "mailman". The INSTALL file says:
- Create a "site-wide" mailing list. This is the one that
password reminders will appear to come from. Usually this
should be the "mailman" mailing list, but if you need to change
this, be sure to change the MAILMAN_SITE_LIST variable in
mm_cfg.py (see below).
% bin/newlist mailman
Follow the prompts, and see the README file for more
- You should then subscribe yourself to the mailman list.
On 12/2/02 5:20 PM, "NOW Website Coordinator" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I can't find this answer in the archives, or in the scripts. The first
> time that 2.1 (right now I'm using 2.1b5) would send out password
> reminders, it failed with this message:
> Your "cron" job on now
> /usr/local/bin/python -S /usr/local/mailman/cron/mailpasswds
> produced the following output:
> Site list is missing: mailman
> When I look at the mailpasswds script, I find the section it came from:
> # This is the list that all the reminders will look like they come from,
> # but with the host name coerced to the virtual host we're processing.
> sitelist = MailList.MailList(mm_cfg.MAILMAN_SITE_LIST, lock=0)
> except Errors.MMUnknownListError:
> # Do it this way for I18n's _()
> sitelistname = mm_cfg.MAILMAN_SITE_LIST
> print >> sys.stderr, _('Site list is missing: %(sitelistname)s')
> syslog('error', 'Site list is missing: %s', mm_cfg.MAILMAN_SITE_LIST)
> but I'm not sure what exactly the problem is. Is there something in
> mm_cfg.py I should set?
> Thanks in advance.
> By the way, this worked for 2.0.
> Also: 2.1b5 fixed my earlier problem of not being able to see the
> members! Thanks.
> Sarah Stapleton-Gray
> Web Site Coordinator
> National Organization for Women
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