[Mailman-Users] archives not being created (qmail + stable mailman release)

2002-10-05 Thread Guido Sohne
I've installed Mailman as per the INSTALL and README.QMAIL documentation. It works fine except for one thing, the list archives are not being generated ... I've taken a look at the mbox directories and they are indeed empty and devoid of any life. My Mailman configuration details are as

[Mailman-Users] Odd problem

2002-10-05 Thread Dr. David A. Zatz
Let me clarify my problem. When I edit my preferneces, now I was able to get them to actually change - but they don't seem to affect actual list behavior. The [ListName] is not sent, and mail always goes back to the poster, notto the list. Can anyone illuminate me?

[Mailman-Users] Re: OSX Jaguar smrsh - can't find that

2002-10-05 Thread LuKreme
On Thursday, Oct 3, 2002, at 15:50 Canada/Mountain, Brent Rossow wrote: Kathleen, Look here: /usr/libexec/smrsh For future reference, you can use the following command to locate files from the command line: find beginning_directory -name filename Only do this if `locate filename`

[Mailman-Users] Re: Greetings! :) New mailman user here.

2002-10-05 Thread LuKreme
On Friday, Oct 4, 2002, at 20:49 Canada/Mountain, Glenn Sieb wrote: 1) Will a soon-to-be-released version of Mailman support attachment stripping? The current version supports this (2.1b3) 2) Is there work going on to extend Mailman to have files areas and such (similar to Yahoo

Re: [Mailman-Users] mailman 2.1b3 changing existing domain

2002-10-05 Thread Raquel Rice
On Sat, 5 Oct 2002 13:24:58 -0400 (EDT) Fuzzy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: application version --- --- mailman 2.1b3 python2.2.1 apache1.3.23 sendmail 8.11.6 I have some lists that migated to a virtual domain, (both

Re: [Mailman-Users] OSX Jaguar smrsh - can't find that

2002-10-05 Thread Brent Rossow
Kathleen, Look here: /usr/libexec/smrsh For future reference, you can use the following command to locate files from the command line: find beginning_directory -name filename EX: find / -name smrsh OSXFAQ.com has had some good tips on using the find command lately. :-) Cheers,

Re: [Mailman-Users] Protecting user data

2002-10-05 Thread Slap's Mailing List Account
Jon, I may implement that for a temporary solution, but it does not take away the full problem because anybody could be subscribed to the mailing list (which isn't very high traffic anyhow) and see the IP addresses in the message headers. Ideally I'd like to be able to protect my users from

Re: [Mailman-Users] Re: Greetings! :) New mailman user here.

2002-10-05 Thread Glenn Sieb
At 02:38 PM 10/5/2002 -0600, LuKreme posted the following... On Friday, Oct 4, 2002, at 20:49 Canada/Mountain, Glenn Sieb wrote: 1) Will a soon-to-be-released version of Mailman support attachment stripping? The current version supports this (2.1b3) Cool--thanks.. :) 2) Is there

[Mailman-Users] Ask information

2002-10-05 Thread vibert
Hello, I don't know mailman or exhange 2000. But a customer want use mailman on linux with exhange 2000. Could you tell me if you are agree with this configuration ? (Even a solution with sendmail or other is better. )And give me some leads about this architecture ? Thanks, CIS - Patrick

Re: [Mailman-Users] Re: Greetings! :) New mailman user here.

2002-10-05 Thread Glenn Sieb
At 02:38 PM 10/5/2002 -0600, LuKreme posted the following... On Friday, Oct 4, 2002, at 20:49 Canada/Mountain, Glenn Sieb wrote: 1) Will a soon-to-be-released version of Mailman support attachment stripping? The current version supports this (2.1b3) Cool--thanks.. :) 2) Is there

[Mailman-Users] mailman.2.1b3 - bounces going to moderators?

2002-10-05 Thread Erik Myllymaki
Is this correct behaviour? I thought the bounces that get past the auto bounce detection woulod only go to the list owner, but they seem to be going to all the moderators too... -- Mailman-Users mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[Mailman-Users] Announcement\ Digest options

2002-10-05 Thread director
Periodically I want to be able to blast announcements to my entire list, but other times I want to just compile a digest for list members. I am unsure what settings I use to achieve these goals. Any help would be appreciated. -- Michael M. Conti

Re: [Mailman-Users] Announcement\ Digest options

2002-10-05 Thread Jon Carnes
Set the list up as Digest only, then run a parallel list that you can simply blast to. You can use the command-line commands to keep the lists in sync with each other. You can also use the command-line tools to simply dump out a text file with all the email addresses and then send you blast

[Mailman-Users] Beta 2.1b3 permission problem...

2002-10-05 Thread Glenn Sieb
I'm not sure if this is the right list... but I just got 2.1b3 (LOVE the mime-filter!) installed on my system, and was getting the GID problems, and went through (by the by, the GID/UID was set right...) and ran check_perms, etc... finally saw that mailman was: -rwxr-xr-x 1 root mailman

Re: [Mailman-Users] Ask information

2002-10-05 Thread Jon Carnes
Run Sendmail or Postfix locally on the linux box. You'll need a local mail transport. You can setup the MTA (Sendmail or Postfix) to use the Exchange server as a Smart relay, or you can simply have it send the messages out directly. When you setup the lists, you setupforwards from

RE: [Mailman-Users] Announcement\ Digest options

2002-10-05 Thread Jon Carnes
On Sat, 2002-10-05 at 22:51, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Jon, Can you give me examples of the command-line commands to keep the lists in sync or direct me to where I can find that information. ~mailman/bin/list_members listname - will dump out the email addresses of a list

RE: [Mailman-Users] Announcement\ Digest options

2002-10-05 Thread director
Jon, Can you give me examples of the command-line commands to keep the lists in sync or direct me to where I can find that information. Also when you say a parallel list, I am assuming that I establish another mailing list which is just used for blasting. Is there no way to turn on and off this

[Mailman-Users] Mac OSX Jaguar Mailman/Sendmail - complete installation steps

2002-10-05 Thread Kathleen Webb
** Successful Jaguar (Mac OSX 10.2) installation steps for Mailman/Sendmail ** I followed the instructions in the INSTALL file included with the Mailman source. Because I am not an expert, I made several wrong turns. I kept a log of the things I did as I went through the whole process. I've