[Mailman-Users] virtual hosting tactic
Rodrigo Borges Pereira
rbp at netcanvas.com
Sat Jun 16 01:22:46 CEST 2001
that sounds good for me.. it shouldn't be a big effort to keep list names
not colliding between domains.
however, how do you avoid the list administrator from changing the list
preferred domain in the web interface?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mailman-users-admin at python.org
> [mailto:mailman-users-admin at python.org]On Behalf Of alex wetmore
> Sent: sabado, 16 de Junho de 2001 0:07
> To: Rodrigo Borges Pereira
> Cc: mailman-users at python.org
> Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] virtual hosting tactic
> On Fri, 15 Jun 2001, Rodrigo Borges Pereira wrote:
> > I'm running a server that hosts a few domains. I already have mailman
> > running for lists.mydomain.com, and it is working great.
> > However, now i want to give users that host domains the ability to use
> > lists.userdomain.com too, and each user has it's own mailman
> setup under his
> > domain.
> If the lists don't have conflicting names then you can just set the
> "preferred domain" for each list to be the userdomain. As an example
> http://bikelist.org/mailman/listinfo, and
> http://cascade.bikelist.org/mailman/listinfo all point to lists on my
> servers, but act as if they are unique domains. You can send a
> message to any of the lists using any of the domains (ie, if there is
> a list xxx at cascade.bikelist.org you could get to it by sending email
> to xxx at phred.org), but I don't advertise that fact and users generally
> don't figure it out.
> If you have conflicting list names then things get more complicated
> and you need to setup a mailman install per domain. There is a lot of
> information on this in the archives.
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