[Mailman-Users] Having the Web interface show the same lists with or without the "www." prefix

Raquel raquel at thericehouse.net
Sat Jan 26 19:09:01 CET 2008

On Sat, 26 Jan 2008 11:42:29 -0600
Paul Kleeberg <paul at fpen.org> wrote:

> Here is my question:  Is there anything I can do so that the
> mailman web interface will show the same lists whether or not  the
> "www." prefix appears?
> Background:  Migrated and upgraded a from MacOSX Server 10.4 to
> 10.5 which included an upgrade of Mailman to 2.1.9.  Everything
> functioned well.  I have 2 virtual domains and the lists on the two
> domains have remained distinct and functioning.  Mailman's web
> interface responded to www.domain1.com and domain1.com with one set
> of mailing lists and www.domain2.com and domain2.com as the other
> site.  Now that I have upgraded to Apache 2.2. it appears that it
> the 2 web pages with the lists will only respond to the web pages
> if the "www." is not included.  Is there anything I can do so that
> the web interface for each sets of lists will work with or without
> the "www." prefix? --
> Paul Kleeberg

This seems to be more of a question for the Apache list, however,
what does your virtual host directive look like?

Mine ... which works:

<VirtualHost 99.999.999.999:80> 
  ServerName www.domain.com 
  ServerAlias domain.com

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