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Mailing-list creation temporarily impossible

Item posted by Mathieu Roy <yeupou> on Tue Dec 10 09:06:33 2002.

It's the result of the mailman upgrade. People are working on it. Be patient!

A message will be posted right, in this news/forum, here once it reworks.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Comments:

It works. (posted by Mathieu Roy, Sun Feb 23 21:51:26 2003)

Someone noticed that I forgot to post a message saying that it rework. Indeed, it reworks since a long long time.

If it does not work for you, send us a mail to savannah-hackers@gnu.org


Everything seems ok (posted by Mathieu Roy, Wed Jan 1 21:41:47 2003)

At least, the archives for savannah-hackers@gnu.org are ok.


list archives are broken (posted by Theodore A. Roth, Thu Dec 19 19:51:21 2002)

I run three mailing list and they all seem to be losing messages. When ever a new message comes in it the last message seems to disappear from the archive. Kinda acting like a queue which can only hold one item.


Fixed (posted by Mathieu Roy, Wed Dec 11 17:13:29 2002)

It is confirmed now that mailing-list creation reworks as expected.

For instance http://mail.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/pgubook-readers has been created.


Note also... (posted by Mathieu Roy, Tue Dec 10 09:11:05 2002)

That mailman has been upgrade. If you run a mailing list, you should take a look at the administrative interface, there're many new options (content filtering, language option...).


   

 

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