[Mailman-Users] HELP: server name in admin messages
jonc at nc.rr.com
Thu Dec 12 18:34:11 CET 2002
I assume you are using Mailman version 2.0.x...
In the web admin under General options near the bottom, change the
website address to the virtual website address (but first make sure that
you can access the admin for the list using that virtual website
You really want to move over the the latest Beta release (soon to be
production): 2.1.6. This version has much better handling of virtual
Also, if you are using Sendmail, you should consider changing your MTA
over to Postfix which also makes handling virtual hosts much easier.
Good Luck - Jon Carnes
On Thu, 2002-12-12 at 12:36, Marcelo Assis wrote:
> i posted this question yesterday, but got absolutely no response, and since
> we have our server currently stopped because of this, i will ask again to
> see if any kindred spirit might be able to offer us a little help.....
> The problem is we have configured a "virtual domain" for mailman, reflecting
> a hostname
> pointing to the mailman machine. It now seems that mailman uses the machiens
> primary name in the URL included in the mails it sends out (administrative
> messages - subscribes, unsubscribes, etc).
> Mailman is installed on a server www.domain1.com, but the lists should work
> with www.domain2.com. The list is accepting requests on the
> request at domain2.com, BUT, all the admin messages are sent out with urls
> pointing to www.domain1.com/mailman/etc.
> How can we get the per list configured name there? How can we configure all
> server messages to use the list domain instead of the other one???
> We greatly appreciate any kind of help!
> thanks in advance,
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