[Mailman-Users] Everithing loks fine, but it just won't work
keli at corvin.kmdsz.ro
Sat Feb 2 17:19:47 CET 2002
well, I wasn't subscribed to it, but that didn't help. The web interface
still ain't working, or won't accept ANYTHING from me, just keeps
returning default answers (i guess).
my maillog doesn't say anythig special... (and it's pretty boring lookin
through it, because I run a webmail script, and then it's full of imap
authentication stuff :) )
the logs of mailman don't say a word...I managed to add myself as a new
user with the command-line program in mailman/bin.. that worked. I sent a
mail, that worked too. It's clearly just the webinterface that's fishy...
Oh. and the message appeared in the archives too...
On Sat, 2 Feb 2002 tdavis at birddog.com wrote:
> hrm, simple question but did you verify that you are subscribed to the
> list? What does maillog say on your smtp server?
> Kelemen Zoltan wrote:
> > On Sat, 2 Feb 2002 tdavis at birddog.com wrote:
> >>did you set up the cronjobs for the mailman user? Particularly the
> >>qrunner cronjob? Look in 'qfiles' and see if there are messages in there.
> > I did do what the INSTALL said:
> > crontab crontab.in
> > (or something alike). I suppose that should've done the job, because I
> > have a mailman file in /var/spool/cron, and it looks just like the one I
> > wanted to put there. (the deafult, except news gating commented out)
> > qfiles is empty. that's good or bad?
> >>Kelemen Zoltan wrote:
> >>>It ain't working in the sense that it soesn't accepts any new subscriptions, it doesn't accept any kind of password (neither admin nor site)... otherwise, I can see the list, it's there, it has been created, I "just" can't access it.
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