[Mailman-Users] strange behavior about publicly-advertised lists
jonc at nc.rr.com
Fri Mar 14 08:08:27 CET 2003
This behavior is controlled by a toggle in ~mailman/Mailman/mm_cfg.py.
You should read the file ~mailman/Mailman/Defaults.py for the syntax to
add to the mm_cfg.py file.
Good Luck - Jon Carnes
On Thu, 2003-03-13 at 23:09, Isaac Claymore wrote:
> Hi folks, my problem is like this:
> I'm running 3 publicly-advertised lists on my department server
> (foo.bar.com, who's got a valid IP 211.x.x.x). Visiting
> http://foo.bar.com/mailman/listinfo shows all the three lists. But
> when visiting http://10.10.15.213/mailman/listinfo (10.10.15.213 is
> the server's internal IP) instead, mailman says no publicly-advertised
> list available on this site. Since many people in my company tend to
> visit the site with its internal IP, and the 3 lists are meant to be
> accessible to both the company staff and people outside, this'd be a
> big problem for me.
> So is it possible to make the public lists visible from both
> foo.bar.com and 10.10.15.213? (I'm not using any sort of virtual
> hosting, if it's relevant)
> Any hint or suggestion is greatly appreciated.
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