[Mailman-Users] SSL bugs 2.1b5
jd_waverly at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 26 22:06:27 CET 2002
I'm trying to run 2.1b5 under SSL.
Much of mailman appears to work except that links in
several places still have "http" instead of "https"
and also don't have my special port number that I am
The broken links appear to be using my
DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST which of course is just
'mydomain.com' rather than DEFAULT_URL_HOST combined
Some of the links that are broken include:
The link to the general options section
Membership management section
All the alphabetical quick access tab links
"Click here for legend to table" link
Administrative requests (this page is unusable)
First "mailing list" link on page
"More detailed instructions" link
"View the details" of all held postings link
All links to individual held postings
"view all messages from ..." link
General list information page
Private archive link
Go to list archives link
My mm_cfg.py file contains:
DEFAULT_URL_HOST = 'main.mydomain.com'
DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = 'mydomain.com'
DEFAULT_URL_PATTERN = 'https://%s:1234/mailman/'
MTA = 'Postfix'
IMAGE_LOGOS = '/icons/'
DEFAULT_ARCHIVE_PROVATE = 1
SMTP_MAX_RCPTS = 1
SMTP_MAX_SESSIONS_PER_CONNECTION = 0
VERP_PERSONALIZED_DELIVERIES = 1
VERP_DELIVERY_INTERVAL = 1
VERP_PASSWORD_REMINDERS = 1
VERP_CONFIRMATIONS = 1
DEFAULT_ADMIN_MEMBER_CHUNKSIZE = 100
ADMINDB_PAGE_TEXT_LIMIT = 10000
OWNERS_CAN_ENABLE_PERSONALIZATION = 1
DEFAULT_DEFAULT_MEMBER_MODERATION = 1
DEFAULT_GENERIC_NONMEMBER_ACTION = 1
DEFAULT_ADMIN_IMMED_NOTIFY = 0
DEFAULT_SEND_REMINDERS = 0
DEFAULT_SUBSCRIBE_POLICY = 0
ALLOW_OPEN_SUBSCRIBE = 1
DEFAULT_PRIVATE_ROSTER = 2
DEFAULT_BOUNCE_INFO_STALE_AFTER = days(60)
DEFAULT_BOUNCE_YOU_ARE_DISABLED_WARNINGS = 1
DEFAULT_BOUNCE_UNRECOGNIZED_GOES_TO_LIST_OWNER = 0
DEFAULT_BOUNCE_NOTIFY_OWNER_ON_DISABLE = 0
DEFAULT_BOUNCE_NOTIFY_OWNER_ON_REMOVAL = 0
DELIVERY_RETRY_PERIOD = days(1)
DEFAULT_MAX_NUM_RECIPIENTS = 1000000
If anyone has mailman already running over SSL I'd
appreciate some help.
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