[Mailman-Users] Domain-Aliases from bind make problems
jonc at haht.com
Tue Nov 20 16:19:35 CET 2001
Check your ~mailman/Mailman/mm_cfg.py file (and your Defaults.py file) for
# When true, Mailman will consider user at host.domain to be the same address
# user at domain. If set to 0, Mailman will consider user at host.domain to be
# same address as user at Host.DoMain, but different than user at domain.
# will always be case preserved, and host parts of addresses will all be
SMART_ADDRESS_MATCH = 1
# When set, the listinfo web page overview of lists on the machine will be
# confined to only those lists whose web_page_url configuration option host
# included within the URL by which the page is visited - only those "on the
# virtual host". If unset, then all lists are included in the overview.
# admin page overview always includes all the lists.
VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW = 1
So copy these settings into your mm_cfg.py file and then modify them as you
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonas Meurer" <jmeurer at gmx.de>
To: "mailman-users" <mailman-users at python.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2001 4:30 AM
Subject: [Mailman-Users] Domain-Aliases from bind make problems
> Hey ho,
> I've installed mailman on my local server (server.server0.de).
> But I've also declared aliases for server in bind, like mail.server0.de,
> www.server0.de, etc.
> But now, when I go to http://www.server0.de/mailman/admin it's no problem,
> but http://www.server0.de/mailman/listinfo showes no lists.
> http://server.server0.de/mailman/listinfo showes the upsetted lists.
> How can I say mailman that www.server0.de and mail.server0.de are also
> adresses for listinfo? The biggest problem is that the IP 192.168.3.2 also
> doesn't work. But I use iptables, and every inquiry to my webserver from
> inet is forwardet to 22.214.171.124. So it isn't possible to see the lists
> the inet. I think that mailman fetches the adress from the url which is
> in the address-line. So www.server0.de etc. aren't valid. But how can I
> domains/ip-addr? I really wanna add them for mailman, not only for
> xyz. So, in which configuration-file can I add them, and how?
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