[Mailman-Users] not work! -- WHERE ARE THE DEVELOPERS????
tm at chello.at
Tue Apr 18 21:18:35 CEST 2000
>I installed Mailman 1.1 on a Red Hat 5.2 Linux System (kernel
>2.2.14, postfix-19991231-pl04, python 1.5.1). Everything worked
>All work a long time, nearly 5 month, and of late appear next problem:
>when i try now to post a message to this list (moderated), or
>post message users from my listserv i get the authorization mail. After
>klicking approve and submit on the web page, nothing happens.
>No mail, no new page and appear screen password again.
>And if i try change options from 'mailing list configuration' on the web page,
>when also appear screen password again.
>My listserver don't work six days! Help please.
I posted the same problem about 2 weeks ago, Alex Yu a few days ago.
CAN ANYBODY HELP???
Thnxs - Tom
Alex Yu wrote:
>>there is a message no matter what i tried (approve/reject/discard), it is
>>still on the database. how could i solve it?
>I have the same problem. It seems to be in relationship to the
>amount of subscribers. The db script needs a very long time to
>transfer the mails to sendmail (or sendmail needs a long time to put
>the message in its queue). In the meantime you will get a timeout
>from the browser. So the script is aborted and the message remains
>in the db.
>I tried to post a message from an allowed email adress to this
>moderated list, and it works (the script needed about 10 minutes to
>do the transfer to sendmail).
>This is my old mail, postet a few weeks ago:
>--- snipp ---
>We installed Mailman 2.0beta1 on a Suse 6.3 Linux System (kernel
>2.2.14, sendmail 8.9.3, python 1.5.2, smp machine). Everything
>worked fine (except the archive, but this has time ;)
>After adding about 700 users to one of the lists, the users got the
>welcome messages. A few mails are still in sendmail queue because of
>When i try now to post a message to this list (moderated), i get the
>authorization mail. After klicking approve and submit on the web
>page, nothing happens. No mail, no new page.
>579 ? S 0:01 /usr/bin/python -S
>580 ? Z 0:00 [python <defunct>]
>On another mailing list with only a few users (same server),
>everything works fine.
>--- snap ---
>Thanks 4 help - Tom
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