[Mailman-Users] restarting a blocked list
dalexander at nysia.org
Tue Oct 21 16:44:18 CEST 2003
Thanks for the suggestion. I just find it strange that the seem procedure
is working with other lists on the same Mailman installation. Are there
any other restrictions I should know about concerning the header or
configurations? For example, maybe there is a configuration option that is
controllable about what gets put in the headers, and that is set
differently on the different lists. I have tried playing with a few of the
settings and comparing between lists, but so far have not had any
luck. Plus, while I am at it :--), each time the announcements go out,
there is now a CC: line going to the list address, that all recipients
receive. I have played with that as well, but it still shows up, ever
since we moved to 2.1.2.
At 10:29 AM 10/21/2003 -0400, Jon Carnes wrote:
>On Tue, 2003-10-21 at 10:02, David Alexander wrote:
> > Interesting... something similar happened to us (currently running version
> > 2.1.2). Two of our lists were not responsive and had to be re-built,
> > migrating from 2.0.x. Now, another list is only partially responsive, and
> > might have been that way for a while: if I send from Outlook or Eudora to
> > that list, the message appears waiting to be Accepted, as it should;
> > however, if I send the message via a ColdFusion program the message
> > to be sent to the list, but never shows up on the list. Meanwhile, the
> > same ColdFusion code can send the same email to other lists in the same
> > Mailman installation just fine.
> > Our network administrator left for another job last week, and his
> > replacement has not been hired yet. I would like to solve this before a
> > new person gets up to speed... perhaps I will indeed remove the whole bad
> > list, since it is only a test list and only has about six entries in
> > it. Is it as simple as finding one file and using "rm"?
> > I wonder if going to 2.1.3 might help with this problem....
> > David Alexander
> > New York Software Industry Association
>In your case, I recommend that you change the mailman alias to point to
>a local mailbox and then have the cold fusion program send off an
>email. That mail will be captured in the local mailbox and you can then
>examine the headers with a critical eye.
>In particular, I would look for white space that extends beyond end
>characters and any non-ascii character that might be in the header (even
>Good Luck. It will be interesting to see what you come up with.
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