[Mailman-Users] Setting up MHonArc as Archiver on linux
Christopher P. Lindsey
lindsey at mallorn.com
Wed Apr 5 19:22:24 CEST 2000
> >> PUBLIC_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = '(/usr/bin/mhonarc -add -nolock -umask 023 -outdir
> >> /home/mailman/lists/%(listname)s)'
> >> This did nothing. ie. the mail was properly delivered, but not archived in
> >> html.
> > If that looks correct, replace "mhonarc" with a script that logs
> > its execution and calls mhonarc, so you can see if Mailman is
> > ever calling you.
> Well, that's the only thing I have not tried. Anyway, I still wait
> for an explanation/solution of my (our) problem.
It could be any number of things...
Why not replace the line above with something like
PUBLIC_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = 'cat - > /tmp/archive.%(listname)s'
? That should create a file in /tmp containing the contents of the
message. Or better yet:
PUBLIC_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = 'cat - > /home/mailman/lists/archive.%(listname)s'
to make sure that you have write permission.
You also need to be running a newer version of Mailman (1.1 or greater).
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