RTFRM? (was Re: [Mailman-Users] Mailman on Panther???)
R. A. Hettinga
rah at shipwright.com
Sun Dec 7 22:35:26 CET 2003
At 1:26 PM -0800 12/7/03, Paul Bertain wrote:
>It's not much consolation but Mac OS X Server has Mailman installed by
>default and is easy to setup from the Server Admin.app utility.
Right, and I get to pay around a grand for the privilege. :-). I'm managing
to muddle through. I'm saving my pennies for a dual G5 XServe, whenever
that happens. In the meantime, I've got a dual 2gig G5 sitting here warming
up my toes, so I figure it'll have to do. :-).
>As far as the afp548.com link, have you checked in the ~mailman
>(/Users/mailman) directory for a bin directory? That's where the
>article shows the "data" directory should be.
Yup. And, now that I know what I'm supposed to look for, I'm reading the
README.POSTFIX file for good measure. Looks like I missed a few things. As
people here have noticed, Postfix and Mailman haven't been properly
introduced yet. (RTFRM? Naaaawwwwww...)
I'm plinking along on the punchlist here, if I get stuck again, or, better,
if I get it working, :-) I'll pop up here and tell you guys what happened.
R. A. Hettinga <mailto: rah at ibuc.com>
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