[Mailman-Users] Mhonarc + Mailman (was external archiver urls)
scottrus at raleigh.ibm.com
Thu Feb 24 23:30:15 CET 2000
Good question. I'm replacing the previous admin so honestly I'm not
quite sure. The kicker is the admin I replaced didn't set it up either! He had
yet another admin set it up. From the mailing list side, which is right
this moment still majordomo, emails sent to 'archive at system.name.com' are
automatically archived. This is for three different lists. Mhonarc takes
care of sorting them out (based on the [listname] in subject) and sticking
them into the correct web archive.
I'll ask for details on how my counter-part set it up and see what comes back.
(Look for private email as I think this gets to be OT.) In the mean time if
anyone else knows a quick answer to this...
Re the test, I found it realitivly easy. Then again I've been using RH since
4.0 and doing hardware / software problem deturmination at IBM for the last
six years. I think it was 'easy' for me because of my previous exposure. I'll
be retesting on 6.x when the 2.4 kernel is released and shipped. We'll see how
that goes then.
On Thu, Feb 24, 2000 at 03:21:07PM -0600, Rick Niess wrote:
> Hi Scott,
> You're welcome. ;-)
> On Thu, 24 Feb 2000, Scott Russell wrote:
> > In my conifg I use an email address to a second system that keeps the
> > Monarch web archive of the lists. So any message sent to
> > archiver at monarch.ibm.com will end up being added to the appropriate
> > archive.
> Now I have a favor to ask in return. I've been attempting to set up
> Mhonarc the way it appears you already have, but without much success.
> Could you possibly tell me how you did it?
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Scott Russell (scottrus at raleigh.ibm.com)
> > Linux Technology Center, System Admin
> > Red Hat Certified Engineer
> Wow! I didn't expect to see these so soon. <g> How hard was the
> ~ Rick ~
> .oooO "Man with closed Oooo. Rick C. Niess
> ( ) mouth gathers ( ) University of Southern Miss.
> \ ( no foot!" ) / resnet at usm.edu
> --\ )------------------(_/-------------------------------
Scott Russell (scottrus at raleigh.ibm.com)
Linux Technology Center, System Admin
Red Hat Certified Engineer
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