[Mailman-Users] public archives are private
Barry A. Warsaw
bwarsaw at cnri.reston.va.us
Thu Jan 14 05:21:19 CET 1999
>>>>> "JB" == Jeff Berliner <jeff at endeavor.med.nyu.edu> writes:
JB> I added the order and allow as per the example provided,
JB> but there is no restriction on the server. I stopped and
JB> restarted Apache, and even recreated (rmlist -a, and newlist)
JB> my test list. It still creates things properly in the private
JB> directory, but my public directory remains empty (without even
JB> a symbollic link for Apache to follow). Am I missing
JB> something still? Apologies if this is me being brain dead...
Probably not, since you're not alone in reporting problems here. Try
toggling the public/private archive option for the list and see if
those symlinks get created. If not, check the error logs. If you
still see nothing, then we'll have to figure something else out.
JB> p.s. A little humor: One of my test lists was called "lunch",
JB> for a co-worker and I to play with. When looking at the
JB> listinfo page, we got a laugh out of:
JB> "2 non-digested lunch users subscribed"
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