[Mailman-Users] question for the python programmers

2005-02-14 Thread David Morse
I can't access the logs on a newly-created list on a newly installed mailman (version 2.1.5-6 / debian sid) If I look at the logs, this seems to be the problem admin(1853): File /usr/lib/mailman/Mailman/Cgi/private.py, line 42, in true_path admin(1853): parts = [x for x in

[Mailman-Users] okay to delete the mailing list called mailman?

2005-02-14 Thread David Morse
Debian advised me to create a mailing list called mailman after installing mailman, saying that mailman wouldn't work until it had at least one list to go off of. Now that I have another list, called something other than mailman, is it OK to delete the list named mailman? (And thus have no

[Mailman-Users] gmail not getting own posts

2005-02-17 Thread David Morse
On my gmail account I have three subscriptions to mailman lists, all on different servers, and on two of them I don't recieve copies of my own posts, even though I've set the relevant option to yes: ] Receive your own posts to the list? ] Ordinarily, you will get a copy of every message you post

Re: [Mailman-Users] gmail not getting own posts

2005-02-18 Thread David Morse
I should re-emphasize that the magically blessed mailman list that gets through my/gmail's duplicate detector is THIS LIST (mailman-users@python.org). Or at least it did until I switched to digest mode. -- Mailman-Users mailing list