[Mailman-Users] real_name attribute error
Freedom_Lover at pobox.com
Wed Dec 10 06:41:34 CET 2003
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vicnoise . wrote:
> yes I'm actually using Mailman 2.1.2 hosted on a site run by cPanel.
> The thing that makes wonder is that I have 2 different account on 2
> different servers (different providers) and only on one of them I
> get the errors below since on the other one everything is ok while
> configuring and running Mailman.
There is, as I understand it, an updated mailman-2.1.2 for cPanel that
fixes this real_name problem. Your host should look into installing
> I understand what you say about the licence terms breach but how can
> I get them fix this issue? Is it possible that thay don't understand
> where the problem is even if I contacted their helpdesk about this
I have no clue. Obviously, the many hosts running cPanel aren't too
concerned about paying cPanel for open source software which cPanel
breaks in various ways, abuses the license of, and doesn't respond to
requests to comply with the license and provide a link to the changes
they've made. So perhaps they are either clueless or just uncaring.
I don't know. I'm about to move the last remaining lists I have on any
cPanel hosted sites and will then be done completely with anything
cPanel related. Good riddance to them as far as I'm concerned.
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