[Mailman-Users] Possible to change the address of a list?

Mark Sapiro msapiro at value.net
Sun Oct 9 22:58:10 CEST 2005

Benjamin Fleckenstein wrote:
>is it possible to change the address of a list?
>Let me explain what I'm trying to do by giving a short example.
>I got a liste named "lugab" (Linux User Group ...), so the addresses
>of this list would be lugab at lugab.de, lugab-request at lugab.de
>I know it is possible to create an alias so that list at lugab.de is
>also a valid address for the mailinglist, but Mailman still writes
>lugab-subscribe at lugab.de, etc. into the header of the mails and onto the
>webinterface. Is it possible to tell Mailman - "Ok, the list is named
>lugab, but the address have to start with list-" - without haveing to
>change the real_name of the list to "list"?

Not without modifying source code.

See the entire thread beginning at
for a recent discussion of renaming a list.

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