[Mailman-Users] Setting up an archive list

Jared Rimer jrimer at tagline.cc
Sat Oct 29 02:19:55 CEST 2005

         Go to privacy, I don't remember if its sender or recipient 
and turn off implicit destination.
At 17:08 10/28/2005, you wrote:
>Hi All
>This is my first post to the list but I've been lurking for a while.
>I'm running Mailman 2.1.5 on a debian sarge box with exim 4, apache 1.3
>etc. at home. I also have an account with a hosting company which
>provides mailman 2.1.5 lists and a fairly standard mailman control
>My home setup runs fine and so far I've had no problems with the couple
>of test lists set up on the host.
>What I want to do is to set up a list with the host and forward emails
>received there to a list on my home system purely to provide a backup
>archive. For test purposes I'm only using my home setup at the moment.
>I've created a main list (main at domain) and an archive list
>(archive at domain) and added archive at domain to main at domain member list.
>archive at domain has no members but in the privacy options /senderfilters
>I've added main at domain to the "List of non-member addresses whose
>postings should be automatically accepted" section.
>So far so good.
>I post to main at domain and the post goes out to all members including
>archive at domain but there it gets held for approval by the list admin
>(i.e. me). The reason given is:
>"Blind carbon copies or other implicit destinations are not allowed. Try
>reposting your message by explicitly including the list address in the
>To: or Cc: fields."
>I can pass it through to the list manually but would prefer it to go
>through automatically as I intend to do this several lists.
>Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can do this. I have access to the
>python source on my machine so I can modify if need be.
>Apologies if the detail above is a bit excessive.
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