[Mailman-Users] change links in mail footer to https

Chip Davis chip at aresti.com
Sat Dec 9 15:02:25 EST 2017

Thanks, Mark.

I'll sent that URL to Tech Support and ask them to fix my servers. 
Depending on how they respond, I may contact one of the vendors on 
that list.

With so many lists running on cPanel, I was hoping that someone had 
already figured out a way to do it (or get it done).


On 12/9/2017 2:06 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> On 12/09/2017 10:40 AM, Chip Davis wrote:
>> That's all well and good Mark, but surely you know that any fix that
>> involves issuing a shell command is useless for those of us responsible
>> for lists on a shared server running cPanel (or equivalent).
> The OP indicated that he had changed DEFAULT_URL_PATTERN. If he can do
> that, he can run fix_url.
>> Is there a procedure that we can implement, or are we just SOL?
> I know nothing about setting a cPanel domain to use https, but I imaging
> more that just the Mailman part of this requires action by a server admin.
> The real underlying issue with cPanel is the fact that Mailman just
> "comes in the box" with cPanel. There are some hosting services using
> cPanel who are very conscientious and cooperative in supporting their
> customers use of Mailman, but unfortunately, there are others who only
> offer Mailman because it "comes in the box" and are unwilling to put any
> effort into supporting it.
> If your host won't cooperate, see
> <https://wiki.list.org/COM/Mailman%20hosting%20services> for possible
> replacements.

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