[Mailman-Users] 401 Unauthorized

Billy Humphreys PokeAcer549 at outlook.com
Sat Jun 18 16:31:52 EDT 2016

I'm trying to login as list admin; pokeacer at riiconnect24.net and my list
password, at https://lists.riiconnect24.net/admin AND the link given in
the email sent. I've also tried root, and site admin stuff (even though
there's no username for it that I've found). Webserver isn't asking for
auth; the v-host doesn't even ask.

On 18/06/2016 19:52, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> On 06/18/2016 10:53 AM, Billy Humphreys wrote:
>> I cant login to my Mailman list; it says 401 Unauthorized even when I
>> auth the correct email and password.
> Are you trying to log in as a list member, moderator or admin?
> Only the user options page and private archives ask for email address
> and they want a member address and password although the list admin
> password will work.
> None of these login pages display "401 Unauthorized" upon failure. They
> do return a 401 status header, but the page content is just the login
> page with an error message like "Authorization failed."
> So what exactly is asking for your user/password? Is it a mailman page
> or perhaps the web server's http auth or something else?
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Billy Humphreys
Email <mailto:PokeAcer549 at outlook.com>

Billy Humphreys
Email <mailto:PokeAcer549 at outlook.com>
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