On Thu, Feb 6, 2014 at 11:21 AM, Kurt Lidl <l...@pix.net> wrote:

>    1. We'll be creating our own mailing list as soon as we can solve these
>>    technical issues:
>>            a. Mailman (under apache22) seems to insist on being on port
>> 80.
>> We have no machine that is on the public internet that has 80 not used by
>> tomcat. Any ideas on how to fix this? (Both machines are at RootBSD and
>> have 9.2-RELEASE on them.)
> This part is easy.
> You run a reverse proxy on your external IP address, and then you have
> it pass stuff for one virtual host to the server running tomcat,
> and have it pass requests for the mailman host to the server running
> apache22.
> Those "servers" could just be processes on the same machine, bound to
> different ports, or they could be complete virtual machines.  It's
> entirely up to you as to how to implement and run it to best serve
> your interests.

Due to scheduling reasons we decided to spin up a third instance at RootBSD
dedicated to mail and our non open source work.   We should have everything
set up and ready to go in the next few days. But since I am always looking
out for new tricks, thanks.

Aryeh M. Friedman, Lead Developer, http://www.PetiteCloud.org
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