jpbuse at republic.lambesis.com
Mon Jul 14 15:35:07 CEST 2003
Actually I have had the same issue with my mailman setup on a RedHat 9
box. There is no option under the General Options for the Base URL
settings. I am running mailman-2.1-8 which comes w/ RedHat 9. Perhaps
there is something wrong with this rpm.
On Mon, 14 Jul 2003, Josep L. Guallar-Esteve wrote:
> On Sunday 13 July 2003 09:37 pm, Jerry Rasmussen wrote:
> > I am getting this on a list that I have set up. I am new to mailman.
> > The list should read http://mailman.scriptthis.net/mailman... but
> > instead I get http://porky.devel.redhat.com/mailman... I am sure that I
> > have missed something but cannot find it anywhere. I am running RedHat
> > 9 and installed mailman from RPM. Any help would be appreciated.
> > Thanks
> > Jerry Rasmussen
> This is because you haven't properly configured your mailing list. You still
> have some work to do. You need...
> Final Touches
> Now, it's time to access the mailing list administration web interface and
> polish some of the information. Visit the General Options link, and make sure
> that the information shown is right, specialy:
> * Public name of the list
> * List admin's email addresses (make sure that there's at least 2)
> * Phrase identifying the list
> * Prefix for subject line
> * Host name this list prefers: enter "yourdomain.com"
> * Base URL for Mailman interface. For example:
> http://lists.yourdomain.com/mailman/. Remember to delete any trailing spaces
> from cut-and-paste!!
> Also, visit the Privacy Options link, and make sure that the options are OK
> with the pourpose of the list. One advice: set "What steps are required for
> subscription?" to "require aproval". Send a test message, check that it has
> got to the list archive and then logout.
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