[Mailman-Users] Disaster recovery: fastest / best route advice sought

Richard richard at KarmannGhia.org
Thu Sep 26 15:58:50 CEST 2013

On Wed, 25 Sep 2013, Richard wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Sep 2013, Fil wrote:
>> I would suggest that, on the Web server, you just proxy /mailman/ to your
>> Mailman's web service.
>> If you're using apache, something like this on the Web front-end will do:
>> ProxyPass /mailman http://ml.example.com/mailman
>> ProxyPassReverse /mailman http://ml.example.com/mailman
>> If you're using varnish, all the better, just define the mailman URL as a
>> backend.
>> -- Fil
> Hi Fil, thanks for the reply...


> If I understand correctly, GEEZ THAT'S COOL, and _completely_ solves my 
> dilema! Please Confirm I got it!
> Richard

OH MY! IT WORKS! _All_of_it._ Right Where We Left Off!

Of course the ProxyPass / ProxyPassReverse configuration is working 
perfectly - even adds some capability to the site we didn't have before...

THANK YOU FIL - AND MARK!   ...And, actually, EVERYONE who has had a hand 
in making this great product a reality...

I got it all working, and while the disaster I and my group have just been 
through was painful, working with mailman was the LEAST painful part of 
it! If you ever feel the need for a testimonial, I'm your guy!

With kindest regards, and great appreciation,

Richard Troy, Founder & current President
The Karmann Ghia Club of North America
4200 Park Blvd, #151, Oakland CA 94602, USA

Richard at KarmannGhia.org, http://KarmannGhia.org/Richard/

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