[Mailman-Users] Help with Reverse-Proxy Integration

Thomas Murgan thomas.murgan at paccert.org
Thu Aug 8 05:01:57 CEST 2013

On 8/8/2013 12:45 PM, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> Thomas Murgan writes:
>  > This does not work for me:
>  > ProxyPass /mailman http://internal-server/mailman
>  > ProxyPassReverse /mailman http://internal-server/mailman
> If you want all URLs starting with "http://external-server/mailman" to
> be forwarded to corresponding URLs at "http://internal-server/mailman",
> this is the correct syntax.  If in fact what you want is something
> different, be specific.
> Without seeing the rest of the URL space configuration it's hard to
> guess what might be wrong.  What do you mean by "doesn't work"?  What
> errors are produced in the browser?  What is in Apache's log?  Check
> Apache's error log as well.
> Given that
>  > http://external-server/listinfo  >> http://internal-server/mailman/listinfo
> "works" (I assume you mean that produces the listinfo page from the
> Mailman installed on internal-server), I would guess that you have
> some configuration on external-server that interferes with configuring
> /mailman with ProxyPass.  Was Mailman ever installed on
> external-server, so that there is an Alias or ScriptAlias for the path
> /Mailman on that Apache?  Perhaps you have a Location or Directory
> element blocking the ProxyPass.
I did have mailman installed on the external-server. I have removed it
and now my ProxyPass works like a charm.

Thanks again

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