simon at mtds.com
Mon Feb 3 09:26:40 CET 2003
01-Feb-03 at 07:23, Jim LaSalle (jjlasalle at attbi.com) wrote :
> I recently installed Mailman at our school. It is fantastic. Thank you
> very much for a fine software package.
> This morning I receive and email saying "Site list is missing: mailman"
> Picking through the /usr/local/mailman/cron/mailpasswords script I see a
> mm.cfg.MAILMAN_SITE_LIST is required. What are the contents and layout
> of this file? Where should it be located?
> I checked your web site for help on this but came up dry. Where is the
> documentation with this type of detail.
I only just saw your mail, and this one was before it in my mailbox, but
your mail date suggests you might have already seen it, but maybe your
mail date is wrong / the email was sent some time is was composed.
Excuses to the list if you've all already seen this, copied from a
At 03:58 AM 2/1/2003, Matt Brown wrote:
>On Saturday 01 February 2003 04:18 pm, Larry Hansford wrote:
>> However, the end-of-month cron job mailpasswds did not run.
>> The subject of the message is:
>> Cron <mailman at ash> /usr/local/bin/python -S
>> And, the body of the message is:
>> Site list is missing: mailman
>With 2.1 you need to create a "site-wide" mailing list called
>the INSTALL file:
> - Create a "site-wide" mailing list. This is the one that
> password reminders will appear to come from. Usually this
> should be the "mailman" mailing list, but if you need to change
> this, be sure to change the MAILMAN_SITE_LIST variable in
> mm_cfg.py (see below).
> % bin/newlist mailman
> Follow the prompts, and see the README file for more
> - You should then subscribe yourself to the mailman list.
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