[Mailman-Users] Feature request

Richard B. Pyne rpyne at kinfolk.org
Fri Mar 30 16:18:54 CEST 2001

On 29 Mar 2001, at 11:44, Ashley M. Kirchner wrote:

> "Richard B. Pyne" wrote:
> > With named vrtual domains, mailing lists are always created
> > defaulted to the domain where Mailman was originally installed (the
> > machine's default domain)
>     I run named vdomains, to the same IP.  However, I do have a
>     separate
> installation for each vdomain (though they all run under ~mailman as
> mailman.mailman)

There is the difference, I run ONE copy of Mailman for the entire 
server. There should be no need to run a separate copy for each 
virtual domain.
> > There are also some minor issues on the list of lists for a domain.
> > If the domain is set to foo.com and the user browses to
> > http://www.foo.com/mailman/listinfo they will not see the list but
> > will if they browse to http://foo.com/mailman/listinfo.
>     That's not mailman's fault, that's your web server's problem.
> Misconfigured.

No, not msconfigured. Mailman looks at the FQDN when deciding what 
lists to show, not just the second level domain. Changing this 
behaviour COULD cause other undesirable effects though.


Richard B. Pyne, KB7RMU
rpyne at kinfolk.org

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