[Mailman-Users] Mailman and virtual domains...
gtaylor at riverviewtech.net
Fri Jul 10 00:15:21 CEST 2009
On 7/9/2009 4:55 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> It looks like you've found answers to most of your questions, but to
> summarize, assuming you have the requisite add_virtualhost()
> directives, when creating a list from the web, it gets created in the
> domain of the url used to access the create page.
Yes I do have two add_virtualhost() directives. Per the Defaults.py
file comments I also am setting DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST and DEFAULT_URL_HOST
as the compile time config of the package from the distribution does not
match my needs.
DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = 'maillists.example.net'
DEFAULT_URL_HOST = 'maillists.example.net'
> The domain of an existing list or lists can be changed by running
> fix_url under withlist.
> The -u/--urlhost and -e/--emailhost options are relatively recent
> additions to newlist. The existing interactive dialog wasn't changed
> when these were added for backwards compatibility reasons.
Ah. That makes sense.
> In the past, and still, you can specify the domain for a list by
> specifying the listname as LISTNAME at WEB_HOST. This is the same as
> specifying the list name as LISTNAME together with the
> --urlhost=WEB_HOST option. Note that this can be confusing because
> LISTNAME at WEB_HOST is not necessarily the list posting address which
> is LISTNAME at EMAIL_HOST. This is explained in the help for newlist.
I got the (mis)understanding that the LISTNAME at WEB_HOST was deprecated
and might be removed at some point. Is this not the case?
I guess I should ask, what is the preferred method to do it going
forward? (If I'm going to learn it, I'd like to learn the proper and
Grant. . . .
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