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Paul Reilly writes:
> It appears that even with the new virtual domain support in Mailman 2.1.x
> that you still have a single namespace for lists. Is that correct? So I
> can't have a list called talk at domain1 and another called talk at domain2> with a single installation of Mailman? Please tell me I'm wrong!
>> I suppose I could do some munging of the addresses as they go through
> postfix, but then the listnames will look weird to people.
BTW -- easy fix for this -- list1 is called "d1-talk", list2 "d2-talk".
This can be hidden (mostly) from users using aliases and the "list
hostname" stuff in MailMan's admin panel. It works well enough,
in reality. ie:
talk at example.com d1-talk
talk at example.net d2-talk
d1-talk: "| /usr/lib/mailman/bin/whatever post d1-talk"
d2-talk: "| /usr/lib/mailman/bin/whatever post d2-talk"
Then set Reply-To, list hostnames etc. explicitly in the MM admin
> Also is it just me, or is the new layout and features in 2.1.4 bording
> on feature bloat? It's no longer simple for a non-technical person to
> see if the list is closed, open etc. And the talk of regular expressions
> is just going to frighten people! My users have difficulty just logging
> in, so composing regular expressions is definetly going to throw them ;-)
I'm not sure I see how it's much harder to understand than before;
a few more features, but generally about the same complexity level
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