[Mailman-Users] Password Web Pages
oscar at colca.rcp.net.pe
Sat Feb 10 00:47:28 CET 2001
the cookies are enabled, and i have clean the cache (Internet Explorer ) but
always the web
page ask for the password, i think that i have to make some changes.
The page works ok under Netscape.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Disser" <disser at sdd.hp.com>
To: "Phydeaux" <reb at taco.com>
Cc: "Oscar Valdez" <oscar at colca.rcp.net.pe>; <Mailman-Users at python.org>
Sent: Friday, February 09, 2001 5:17 PM
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Password Web Pages
> Phydeaux <reb at taco.com> writes:
> > At 03:06 PM 2/9/2001 -0500, Oscar Valdez wrote:
> > >Hello list members:
> > >
> > >I am using version 1.1 of Mailman, that was move from one server to
> > >another.
> > >Mails from all the lists are being send and received normally.
> > >The problem I am encountering is that the web access to the
> > >administration pages keep asking me the requiered password on each page
> > >that is been requested.
> > >
> > >Please suggest me what to in order to solve this problem
> > Are cookies turned off in your browser? That's the most likely cause.
> > initial login page says this:
> > >Session cookies are used in Mailman's administrative interface so that
> > >don't need to re-authenticate with every administrative operation. This
> > >cookie will expire automatically when you exit your browser, or you can
> > >explicitly expire the cookie by hitting the Logout link under Other
> > >Administrative Activities (which you'll see once you successfully log
> I see this a lot too, with cookies enabled, using 2.0.1 of mailmand
> and Netscape 4.76 under HP-UX. The way I observe it is that if I move
> among the administration pages of several lists, eventually Mailman
> will cease to "remember" the fact that I authenticated for a list, as
> though cookies were turned off, or some limit has been reached or
> something. Restarting Netscape fixes the problem until it happens
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