[Mailman-Users] Mailman list sends but doesn't receive mail.
mark at msapiro.net
Sun Dec 12 17:55:01 CET 2010
JRC Groups wrote:
>On 12/10/10 8:33 AM, "Mark Sapiro" <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
>> JRC Groups wrote:
>>> I have created two additional lists for a total of three that I created plus
>>> one that Apple's own Server Admin requires (a list named Mailman). Using the
>>> web interface to check the lists hosted by my domain I find conflicting
>>> results. This is what I have:
>>> List Description
>>> List 1 [no description available]
>>> List 2 [no description available]
>>> List Description
>>> List 3 [no description available]
>>> List 4 [no description available]
>>> Shouldn't both www.domain.com and domain.com lead to the same results ? How
>>> can I make the necessary corrections so that both addresses are
>>> interchangeable and lead to the same results ?
>> See the FAQ at <http://wiki.list.org/x/lYA9>. In your case, the short
>> answer is put
>> VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW = Off
>> in mm_cfg.py.
>I did just as you recommended but it didn't change the behavior displayed by
>the listinfo command.
If you have "VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW = Off" in mm_cfg.py and the lists
which appear on the listinfo overview page depend on the host name in
the URL used to visit the page, this must be due to some Apple
modification. In standard GNU Mailman, VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW controls
>One thing I noticed is that I can create lists under
>www.domain.com/mailman/create or domain.com/mailman/create. Each takes me to
>a page titled "Create a www.domain.com Mailing List" and "Create a
>domain.com Mailing List" respectively.
>If not the way you suggested above, what could be the problem and how can I
>resolve it ?
Again, this indicates either some Apple modification or somehow you
haven't got "VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW = Off" in mm_cfg.py. In standard
Gnu Mailman with "VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW = Off", the web create CGI
will always assume the list domain is that defined by DEFAULT_URL_HOST.
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