[Mailman-Users] owner alias bounces

Florian Effenberger floeff at gmail.com
Sun Jan 23 12:59:13 CET 2011

Hi Mark,

2011/1/22 Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net>:

>>However, I have already wondered where to set the web URL. Right now,
>>lists.domain2 still have lists.domain1 e.g. in the List-Archive
> You want an additional add_virtualhost like
> add_virtualhost('lists.domain2.tld', 'lists.domain2.tld')
> This is so that you can go to http://lists.domain2.tld/mailman/create
> (or whatever this translates to in your installation) and create a
> list and it will be created with the proper
> http://lists.domain2.tld/mailman/ web_page_url and lists.domain2.tld
> host_name.

Ok, I added this and restarted mailman.

> Also you can use "bin/newlist -u lists.domain2.tld" to create a list
> properly in this domain, and you can use
>  bin/withlist -l -r fix_url -u lists.domain2.tld existing-listname
> to fix the web_page_url and host_name for an existing domain2 list
> (after doing that, you may need to run bin/genaliases to update
> virtual-mailman).

That doesn't seem to work for me, it throws out "option -u not
recognized". :-( If I manually invoke fix_url.py, the -u option is
indeed offered. What'sw rong?

> This will make appropriate links with host lists.domain2.tld in the
> List-* headers in posts, on all dynamic web pages and all new or
> modified archive pages for the list. However, existing static archive
> pages will still have "listinfo" links with the old domain. These
> either have to be ignored, edited manually or updated by rebuilding
> the list's entire archive with "bin/arch --wipe listname".


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