[Mailman-Users] Having the Web interface show the same lists with or without the "www." prefix
paul at fpen.org
Sat Jan 26 20:28:10 CET 2008
That is a good question. I tried a server alias but that did not seem
to work with Apache 2.2 (I think it did with 1.3 but who knows! my
memory ain't what is used to be). All other web pages would work
except for the Mailman lists.
However, after having a Java Stout (my favorite mid-day beverage) and
a slice of pizza (stimulated the dormant coding neurons in my brain) I
was struck by the obvious:
Redirecting www.domain.com/mailman/ to domain.com/mailman/
All is well. Thanks for the input!
paul at fpen.org
On Jan 26, 2008, at 12:09 PM, Raquel wrote:
> 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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