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Old 2nd October 2012, 09:06
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Default MailMan - Same name mailling list but on different domain.

I know I am missing something here.

Currently there are two mailing list. One called support@domain01.com and the other is support@domain02.com.

When using the web admin for support@domain01.com works but when going to the web admin for support@domain02.com it still shows the first mailing list.

I suspect it is because both the mailling list use the same name, "Support". But they are on different domains.

How do I solve this? Is there some config I missed out?

Please advice.

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Old 11th October 2012, 05:35
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Anything I can check?

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Old 11th October 2012, 09:41
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As far as I know, mailinglist names in mailman have to be unique, so you cant have a list with the same name on another domain.
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Dear Till,

Thank you for replying.

Oh no.

That is going to be bad for people hosting with us. They would expect for their own domain to have a mailling list name of their choice.

I understand that it is a limitation of mailman.

Anyway thank you very much for replying.

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Hi,

See if this helps in amy manner, it worked for me.

http://mail.python.org/pipermail/mai...ry/065035.html

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Atul.
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