[Mailman-Users] Bls: mailman true virtual hosting
mark at msapiro.net
Tue Jul 1 18:24:36 CEST 2008
Dony Tata wrote:
>>Did Mailman create a set of entries
>>abc at virtual.org abc
>>abc-admin at virtual.org abc-admin
>Mailman doesn't create that set but Mailman create this set
>abc-virtual.org at virtual.org abc-virtual.org
>abc-virtual.org-admin at virtual.org abc-virtual.org-admin
>in data/virtual-mailman and aliases
>abc-virtual.org: "|/path/to/mail/mailman post abc-virtual.org"
>abc-virtual.org-admin: "|/path/to/mail/mailman admin abc-virtual.org"
You did not create the list properly. You created a list named
abc-virtual.org. You did not create the list abc.
If you have installed some patches that are supposed to provide "true
virtual hosting" you need to talk to whoever developed those patches.
If not, and this is straight GNU Mailman, you need to do the following
in the mailman directory:
bin/rmlist -a abc-virtual.org
bin/newlist -e virtual.org -u www.virtual.org abc
where www.virtual.org may be something else such as just virtual.org.
It is the host name for the virtual.org web pages.
In any case, with data/aliases entries like the above, the
virtual-mailman entries should be like:
abc at virtual.org abc-virtual.org
abc-admin at virtual.org abc-virtual.org-admin
Otherwise you would have to actually mail to
abc-virtual.org at virtual.org, etc.
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San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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