[Mailman-Users] Problems seeing Archive, after setting to private, then back
brian at emwd.com
Sun Oct 13 19:06:53 CEST 2013
I see that as a common issue on cPanel servers. Have your webhost check the
symlink and its permission that is setup in the public archive directory.
Typically the symlink permission is easy to fix but has to be done by your
hosting provider if you don't have root access.
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On Sun, Oct 13, 2013 at 2:03 AM, Jake Overton <jakeoverton at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> Sorry for having a make a new posting. I have searched the archives, etc
> and not been able to find a previous posting about this problem.
> Here is my problem:
> I turned the archive_private option to private (thinking that this meant
> that it is private from the internet)
> Now when I turn it back to public and go to the "Go to list archives" link
> on the admin page, I get directed to this address
> and get a Page not found message
> If I turn it to private and login using members email that gets emailed in
> cleartext, then I can see my posts.
> This is a mailing list for the exec committee of an organization, so we
> want it to be private, but have an archive of our posts and correspondence.
> I just want to go back to being able to see the archives with postings from
> As you can tell, I am not an experienced mailing list admin, but have
> successfully administered mailing lists for a website for a number of
> cPanel Version 11.38.2 (build 7)
> the website is running Drupal
> I don't have root access.
> Thanks very much,
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