> > C'mere, since you're the list admin, what's the chances of address munging?
>> If I could, I would. There aren't any options in mailman to do the
> munging. :(
Ah-ha! Now here I have ya! Off you go to your admin interface...
Now, scroll down a bit until you see, "Where are replies to list messages
directed? Poster is strongly recommended for most mailing lists." Check on "This
list", hit "Submit Your Changes", and ta-daaa!!! a *proper* bloody mailing list.
Well, that's how it works on my lovely new install of mailman anyway.
I've another bitch about linux.ie (one that I've mentioned before I might add)
while I'm at it - you can't access the site at http://linux.ie. Now this is a
common Irish thing (if you go through the dot.ie namespace you'll find a lot
more websites that operate this way), because it's the "proper" way of doing
things, although it's also vastly outdated. (How many dot.com's are only
accessible from www.dot.com?)
However, linux.ie is *branded* as linux.ie - it's there on the front page in big
green letters. So only making it accessible from www.linux.ie is, well, it's
just silly really. Especially since making the site accessible from
http://linux.ie is just a case of adding one line to the zone file.
Just one of my pet peeves. Add in spammers, cybersquatters and the iia, and
you've got yerself a rant... :)
Adam Beecher - CEO & Core Geek - ieWebs
Email ... adam at iewebs.com
Phone ... +353 (0)86 2529887
Fax ... +353 (0)86 8544767
Web ... http://iewebs.com
PGP ... http://pgp.iewebs.com
Mail ... Box 81, Eglinton St, Cork, Ireland
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