anto

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Hi,

I really hate mailman. It gives us more
trouble than any other CPanel features. :mad:

Is there any plan to change it to
other mailing-list software?

I like http://www.ezmlm.org/. It is free
and I think big brothers like yahoogroups.com
use it.
 

feanor

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Salutations Mr. Anto,

Dude. In all honesty I have never seen a *better* feature, as far as a perfect integration of a robust product for a shared linux server environment. If you are a diligent admin and understand how the mailman-related programs/directory structure interface with CPanel and RedHat, it becomes a gigantic selling point for your linux accounts. You *have* to keep a tight leash on what you allow, just like everything else- but if you do it right, this listserv is the best solution for such a feature for this platform. Period.

Some helpful URLs I have found in the past:

http://web.aurora.edu/~ckolar//mailman/mailman-administration-1.1.html

http://list.org/admins.html

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If you have any specific questions, I\'d be more than willing to give you some pointers about Mailman.

Peace.


Travis
 

rpmws

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loops ..loops ...and more frickin\' loops!!!!!!!!!!!! any suggestions ..also they all seem to happen the same day ..all 14 of them .. before only one every month or so ..not today ..14 in 48 hours all different accounts. Explain that.
 

feanor

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Hummmmmmmmmmmm............

What is in exim_mainlog (and exim_rejectlog) when this occurs? What is remaining within /var/spool/exim ? What do the mailman logs at /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/logs report? I am sure you will find some assistance there?

\"Loops loops and more loops\" doesn\'t provide me with adequate detail to formulate a helpful response.

I\'m just giving you SH*T
:)

:P
 

rpmws

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I have to delet the q files .. Loops means each subscriber gets unlimited # of the same messages. No nig deal. Just now my server is a mail bomb machine.
 

moronhead

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[quote:5378d11f7d]http://web.aurora.edu/~ckolar//mailman/mailman-administration-1.1.html[/quote:5378d11f7d]For version 2.x admin info you\'ll want to go to: http://www.imsa.edu/~ckolar/mailman/mailman-administration-v2.html
 

feanor

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Ahahah, thanks for that.
I sent an elder link from my huge archive of shite that should have been cleansed eons ago.

One last superb link for this feature-- probably the best I have seen to date:
http://msgs.securepoint.com/mailman/

Peace.
:D