[Mailman-Users] Configuring mailman for a future domain name

Paul Kleeberg paul at fpen.org
Tue Feb 11 04:54:41 CET 2003

What you say is correct but won't that put a "legacy" URL into 
Default.py whereas if I used the (undocumented?) parameters below, 
would it build Default.py with the correct URLs and therefore 
eliminate the necessity to add the entry to mm_cfg.py?

I suppose I should just shut-up and try it and see what happens...

At 9:23 PM -0500 2/9/03, Matthew Davis wrote:
>After installation look at the DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST section in
>Mailman/Defaults.py  But as the top of the file says, don't make changes
>there, make them to mm_cfg.py.
>So you might want to add this to your mm_cfg.py
>DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = lists.<domain>
>But read on in that file and see if there are anymore option of interest to
>* Paul Kleeberg (paul at fpen.org) wrote:
>>  I am installing Mailman on my production machine.  I want it to
>>  install with the same name as another machine where my lists are
>>  currently running with listproc.  In other words I am installing it
>>  on www.<domain> but I want the Mailman pages to be known as (and
>>  return the name) lists.<domain> which currently exists on a different
>>  box.  How do I do this?  Do I define it when running configure?  I do
>>  not see that as an option in the INSTALL file but I see
>  > "--with-urlhost" and "--with-mailhost" in the "configure" file.
>Matthew Davis
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Paul Kleeberg
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