[Mailman-Users] Hypermail to Pipermail (reply-to:?)
eparker at mindsec.com
Thu Sep 23 02:13:25 CEST 1999
Well, I got all of zero replies to this. So I did the easy part of
moving the files that were in mbox format.. the others were in Hypermail
html only. I don't know how to move those properly.
Another question, that I am guessing won't get answered..
The thread last month on virtual users really wasn't all that
informative. I see the options that only a blind person could miss
for hostnames on the general options page. However that doesn't
fix the address the list E-mail FROM. So if i have host.x.com,
which is a CNAME to host.n.com, and the list knows it is on host.x.com,
it still shows up from list at host.n.com, regardless of what you put there.
Then people reply to the wrong hostname.
I didn't see a way to do custom headers (not message header, mail headers,
they shouldn't call their header section "mail header" unless it really
can edit the actual headers).
I need to either adda reply-to, so it replies to the right address, or
there MUST be an option I am missing. Someone couldn't possibly put out a
product without such an easy function. Am i missing it?
On Mon, 20 Sep 1999, Erik Parker wrote:
> Hello list, just subscribed..
> I looked through the (what seem to be) unsearchable archives at
> python.org, and couldn't really find anything. I also downloaded
> every gzip and grep'd for an answer, couldn't find anything that way
> Is there a faq file, or an email you could give me to reference on exactly
> how to take all of my hypermail archives (a couple years worth) and
> convert them over to pipermail?
> We run a very large list, doing about 2000 posts a day, to 700
> subscribers, for the Pentax camera discussion list. We are switching
> from Majordomo to mailman, for it to be easier for them to use from
> a user standpoint, as well as being able to let our helpdesk people
> administrate the list. We have it running on a dual piii-550, with
> 512 megs of ram.. In my load testing Mailman has done great, except it
> buckles when it gets 50 2 meg messages all within in a couple of minutes,
> and has to resend that to 100 users. It is python using up all of the
> resources, I think it might be from writing the archive, and not actually
> from sending out the emails. I am unsure.
> Thank you in advance.
> Erik Parker
> eparker at mindsec.com
> Mailman-Users maillist - Mailman-Users at python.org
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