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Mailman list functions all screwed up

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Markwaugh, Dec 19, 2003.

  1. Markwaugh

    Markwaugh Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    I have a huge problem in my Cpanel :

    1) When creating a mailing list for a subdomain, the "Notify" feature does not work. e.g. although cPanel says "Hit notify to email" etc., no notification email goes out.

    2) The URL for "Edit List" in cPanel --> Mail Menu --> Mailing Lists -->Edit List is wrong for lists created using a subdomain. It's giving a URL of http://mail.subdomain.com etc. Which doesn't work, it only gives a Page Not Found. When you delete the "mail." from the url however it does produce a Mailman admin page

    3) When you create a mailing list off a regular domain (not subdomain), the Notify feature does work but the links given for the admin and the users' mailing list is wrong: It gives the servername URL's instead of the hosting account domain's URL.

    any ideas would be higly appriecated? do i need to post a ticket ?
     
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    Markwaugh Well-Known Member

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    any ideas ??
     
  3. Norman

    Norman Well-Known Member

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    I'd like to know if anyone found this out.. I have a couple of clients that are having the same problem.. In CPANEL the url is wrong in the "EDIT" button of the MAillist..
    However, the emails and such look fine.. is there a way to change this URL so it shows correct.

    Instead of it saying:
    http://mail.yourserver.com/mailman/admin/.....
    it says:
    http://mail.root.server.com/mailman/admin/.....

    Help would be wonderfull
     
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