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On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 8:08 PM, Anne Wainwright
> Hello, Edoardo,
> Thanks for the reply. The account has been re-activated according to
>>- I submitted a DNS request for you (pulling za.pm.org back to our
This sounds a bit strange tho, I think the site has always been
online, so I don't understand the "pulling za.pm.org back to our
> anothera...@pandora:~$ cadaver https://groups.pm.org/groups/za.pm.org
> WARNING: Untrusted server certificate presented for `groups.pm.org':
> Issued to: Group Hosting Services, Perl Mongers, Los Angeles,
> California, US
> Issued by: Certificate Authority, Develooper, Los Angeles, CA, US
> Certificate is valid from Thu, 07 Dec 2006 11:24:49 GMT to Tue, 06 Dec
> 2011 11:24:49 GMT
> Do you wish to accept the certificate?
> (y/n) y
> Authentication required for groups.perl.org on server
> Username: anotheranne
> Could not open collection:
> 403 Forbidden
This error can mean that the authentication fails or that the folder
za.pm.org does not exists.
>From the FAQ I think it the URL should be https://groups.pm.org/groups/za.
Did you try also that?
> dav:/groups/za.pm.org/? ls
> The `ls' command can only be used when connected to the server.
> Try running `open' first (see `help open' for more details).
> dav:/groups/za.pm.org/? help open
> `open URL' Open connection to given URL
> dav:/groups/za.pm.org/? open http://za.pm.org/
I think the open should not be needed when passing a URL directly to
cadaver as argument...
> thus not sure where to go next. Maybe supp...@pm.org are incorrect.
> Since the za-pm site is visible, it must have been done?
Yes, it must be there.
So my suggestion is to try https://groups.pm.org/groups/za.
If that still doesn't work, maybe try a different DAV client, I don't
have experience with cadaver but it should support https...
> ps. I think copy to the list to show activity at least.
Yes, sorry, I read the first note in your mail and didn't understand
the meaning ;)
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