Is there any way the indent in the thread view can be reduced or set to zero? My users are complaining that by the time you have a reply four or five deep the view on a mobile phone leaves only one or two words, because it does not wrap responsively correctly (have I set something wrongly?)
I'm working on a container based Mailman3 solution for my university. We have a help desk tool which needs to access the API remotely for creating and deleting Mailman lists. The API will be restricted to a private network, behind a firewall, etc.
What is the simplest way to expose the API to an external host?
At the moment, I seem to have this partially working via an Apache virtual host configuration which simply proxies via api.example.edu:80 to localhost:8001 on the container.
I'm able to remotely use the mailmanclient module for the client.lists, client.system and client.members commands. However running client.domains generates an API connection error. So it seems unstable.
Any thoughts or suggestions?
Academic Computing Solutions
IMSS - Caltech
How can one do this? Raw database access gets you involved in all the usual foreign key constraints.
I don't know how to make use of this information:
After a very large import of decades of data, I need to delete just one wrong mail that is corrupt. I think it is a valid case. I could run the import again after fixing the import mbox, but it takes many hours to load.
We would like to use the latest Mailman 3 in our environment. We are planning to set up RHEL 7 virtual machine. I am trying to figure out best method (if possible - step-by-step guide) for installing and configuring Mailman3 on RHEL 7 .
Can someone please provide me some guidance or point me in direction.
We're looking for information on large sites that have migrated to mailman3. Preferably academic institutions. As we start to look at a migration project we're hoping to hear any 'lessons learned' from those who have gone before us.
(Sorry if this information is already posted somewhere, I wasn't able to find it)
Steve Mats Mats
Academic & Collaborative Applications - UW-IT
University of Washington