[Mailman-Users] Archives not archiving

Morris Jones mojo at whiteoaks.com
Wed Jun 21 23:23:26 CEST 2000

Yes I have ...

In the "Archival Options" for the list go and set the value for this
question: "Set date in archive to when the mail is claimed to have been
sent, or to the time we resend it? " back to "When sent."  The other
setting is busted.

There's a way to patch it so it doesn't crash, but it doesn't have
the effect of changing the archive sort, so it doesn't make any
difference.  :)

I filed a bug on it last week.

Best regards,

On Wed, 21 Jun 2000, Sheryl Weidner wrote:

> Hello folks,
> My apologies if this question is covered somewhere I missed, but I
> believe I have looked through the docs pretty thoroughly.
> My vitals:
> Mailman 2.0beta2
> RedHat Linux 6.1 Secure/Apache Secure
> Python 1.5
> I have selected options to archive my discussion list monthly.  I
> previously received e-mail error messages about a directory where the
> archives were supposed to go not existing, but am no longer getting
> those error messages after having created the directory the archiver
> wanted.  Now, there are just plain no archives, and my error log says:
> post(1219):   File "/home/mailman/Mailman/Archiver/Archiver.py", line
> 204, in ArchiveMail
> post(1219):     self.__archive_to_mbox(msg)
> post(1219):   File "/home/mailman/Mailman/Archiver/Archiver.py", line
> 160, in __archive_to_mbox
> post(1219):     post.SetHeader('Date', time.ctime(time.time()))
> post(1219): AttributeError: SetHeader
> If I am reading the log correctly and the "post(number)" entry denotes a
> post ID, I am not getting this error with every post, although I am
> getting the same error with each post that does error out.
> Any wise administrators who've seen this one already?
> Thanks in advance.
> Sheryl
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