[Mailman-Users] Reject reason not given in rejection message
dap1 at bellsouth.net
Tue Sep 25 15:15:49 CEST 2012
Interestingly, the vette log has nothing in it for those rejects.
Perhaps that is a clue to the problem. It appears to be none of the
above. I have not implemented SSL yet so that is out. It must be saving
my changes because when I revisit the admin page, the radio button is
correct and no redirects are involved. Admittedly the only suspect is
the ineffective mm_cfg.py variables. As you might recall that was an
issue earlier but using the config script solved the problem so I
haven't worried about it since. Here is my refuse.txt which looks correct:
Your request to the %(listname)s mailing list
has been rejected by the list moderator. The moderator gave the
following reason for rejecting your request:
Any questions or comments should be directed to the list administrator
I don't have any idea where to start on this. Can I somehow trace this
if I have the offending message resent?
On 9/24/2012 8:16 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Dennis Putnam wrote:
>> I didn't send a reason explicitly. Since the reason was given as part of
>> the admin display, I thought that reason would go to the member as part
>> of the rejection message. Is that not the case? If not, I would consider
>> that a bug.
> It is the case that the default reason shown in the admindb page or
> whatever you put there if you change it is included as part of the
> rejection message.
> What is in Mailman's vette log for these rejects? If it doesn't show
> the reason that was in the admindb page, it may be a manifestion of
> the issue of the FAQ at <http://wiki.list.org/x/ioA9>.
> If the reason is in the rejection message in the vette log but was not
> in the rejection message sent to the user, you may have an edited
> version of the refuse.txt template that applies to the list(s) and is
> missing the %(reason)s replacement.
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