[Mailman-Users] mailman on 2 servers
trichard at techovations.com
Wed Nov 3 22:44:26 CET 2004
I think that might be my problem. Both servers have their own file
systems. I wonder if their is a way to aliases the url to point to the
mail server instead of having to go to
http://www.mydomain.com:8080/mailman/listinfo/maillist you could point
http://www.mudomain.com/mailman/listinfo/maillist to resovle to the
Not sure if this can be done but that would be one way around it. Anyone
have any ideas if this possible.
> I set this up with no problem - but the key was that the webserver and
> mailserver share a network file system. I installed mailman into
> /home/mailman, which both servers mount. Then I set up apache as per
> the installation instructions and started the qrunner on the mailserver.
> The webserver handles the web requests and the mailserver sends out all
> the mail.
> Of course you need to make sure that both servers have all the proper
> users and groups, etc, set up for mailman to run.
> I don't really know how you'd do it without some shared filesystem...
> On Wed, Nov 03, 2004 at 02:53:59PM -0600, Troy Richard wrote:
> - Ok,
> - Here is what I'm trying to do I would like to know if anyone has done
> - this. Right I have a mail server that handles all my incoming and out
> - going mail along with all my web request. So right now my server is a
> - mail and web server.
> - What I would like to do is split off the web server on to its own
> - So that I have a server that is dedicated to mail and one that is
> - dedicated to web.
> - I have tried this once before without much success in getting mailman to
> - run on the web server and still send mail.
> - Has anyone successfully set this up and if so what tricks to I need to
> - to get it to work correctly.
> - Thanks
> - Troy
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