[Mailman-Users] relocating archives

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Mon Sep 23 03:21:35 CEST 2002

It may be that those lists don't have any archives.  You can create the
directories by hand and then set the group rights properly (to remove
the error messages).

Jon Carnes

On Sun, 2002-09-22 at 20:25, Chris Lawson wrote:
> Hi.
> I've recently moved my mailman from a compiled install to a RedHat rpm.
> I kept all my lists and copied them to their new home, and all seems to 
> work well, but for the following:
> List ovac has a bogus archive_directory: /home/mailman/archives/private/ovac
> List test has a bogus archive_directory: /home/mailman/archives/private/test
> ...I can't find where in the config files or the list configuration where 
> you let mailman know where to find the archives.
> I'm sure this is a no brainer for people who know what they're doing. I 
> hope someone will take the trouble to help me out here.
> cmkl
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