[Mailman-Users] https

Pablo Chamorro C. pchamorro at ingeomin.gov.co
Fri Nov 7 13:14:43 CET 2003

I don't know if it's enough to do it to a httpd level.  I have this for 

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on
RewriteRule ^//(.*) https://%{SERVER_NAME}/mailman/$1 [R,L]

and in this way it doesn't matter if the users access to http or https
pages because all Mailman pages end up been displayed under https


On Fri, 7 Nov 2003 p.der at tiscali.it wrote:

> Hallo to everyone,
> I am a newbie of mailman. During this days I read many messages from this
> mailing-list before writing this.
> I want to use mailman under https and use the canonical name of the site
> (without www).
> First of all I have added the
> ollowing lines in  $prefix/Mailman/mm_cfg.py:
> DEFAULT_HOST_NAME     = 'mysite.org'
> DEFAULT_URL_HOST         = 'mysite.org
> DEFAULT_URL                      = 'https://mysite.org/mailman'
> DEFAULT_URL_PATTERN  = 'https://%s/mailman/'
> URL      = 'https://%(hostname)s/archive/%(listname)s'
> But of course this settings affect only the future.
> I would like to change also all internal links in saved pages like indexes.
> I have tried the command fix_url as suggested in some messages o
>  this mailing-list:
> $prefix/bin/withlist -l -r fix_url <listname>
> It seems to work but it produce no effects on some internal links like attachment
> links.
> What could I do? I thought of using $prefix/arch command as I were regenerating
> the arch
> ve.
> What do you suggest?
> Other less important question:
> I have understood how move a list of members from a list to the another
> one (list_members on
> the source and add_members to the destination)
> But if I wanted to transfer also full names?
> And to move list settings?
> First use dumpdb on config.pck from the source list and then
> config_list -i <dump-config.pck>  <dest-list>
> Is it correct? Will all settings be transferred to the 'dest-list'?
> Thank you in advance and best regards
> aolo De Riso

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