[Mailman-Users] Different Mailman "Home" Pages?
b19141 at britaine.ctd.anl.gov
Tue Mar 20 21:14:34 CET 2007
I wrote last week:
>>I have some Mailman lists that I want advertised to local users, and
>>some Mailman lists that I want advertised to anyone on the Internet.
>>Is there a way of doing this? Essentially it would require a two
>>front-end pages with some web (apache) logic as to which IP addresses
>>see which page.
And Mark Sapiro replied:
>You do this with two virtual domains in Apache and two virtual hosts in
>Mailman. You may or may not need virtual hosting in your MTA depending
>on whether or not you want separate email domains.
>for a bit more detail on the Mailman side of it.
I was able to configure Mailman and Postfix for the second domain.
I am running with a Mailman 2.1.9 package I built for Ubuntu Dapper.
The two domains are
and I have configured Postfix to accept both.
I created one test list via
newlist --urlhost=lists-dev1.example.com \
and the list was visable on the
web page. All of the Mailman aliases for both sites are in one alias
In the configuration files, I have separate email hosts
I am not sure that I need both. Mail to either nodename is delivered
to the list, even if the list is defined on the other nodename.
When I go to URL
I see the two lists I have created there, and I do not see the lists on
the other web page. But I am able to get to the lists on the other web
page by knowing the name and entering that name in the URL.
What do I need to do to get separation of the two web sites - so that
one list is not accessible via the other web site? Thanks.
Barry S. Finkel
Computing and Information Systems Division
Argonne National Laboratory Phone: +1 (630) 252-7277
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