Chris Withers wrote:
Actually, there are a *lot* of people who *don't* use Apache! Here's
why: Apache duplicates 95% of what Zope's server does, so if you're only
using Zope, then it's un-elegant to use Apache. Not a good, clean
solution at all! Besides, the rewrite rules you have to throw at Apache
are awkward, and that's the reason why! However, Zope can't handle cgi
scirpts, and Mailman uses cgi scripts. That's one reason I don't want
Mailman. Furthermore, MailBoxer could be more easily integrated into
Plone, because it's integrated into Zope, therefore sharing password
information, etc., would be easier, and that makes MailBoxer a more
logical choice. I always prefer Zope products over non-Zope products for
integration purposes. Now...
As far as Andreas' comment of switching to Mailman, dunno why, but
Mailman requires cgi scripts, and I use Pound as reverse proxy
directly to Zope,
Why don't you use Apache, like every other sane individual out there?
Will *you* answer my question?
On this page (of a Zope product):
there is the instruction to send an email to this address:
What exactly does that mean? Can someone give me an example? The list is
called "rejoice", the Web site in question is called "rejoice.2012.vi"
and I tried this address: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]". It didn't work. So I tried
this address: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]". On that one, I didn't get a
bounce but I didn't show up in the Properties::maillist, either, nor did
I receive a welcome message :( Frankly, I find the tokens "yourMailHost"
and "yourDomain" terribly unclear.
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