On 2/14/21 5:40 PM, Tom Stoddard wrote:
Here's another question that I have. A regular message just came into my email from one of the lists I'm a member of and it had a 3 line footer. The first two lines are fine, they just include the list's email address and an address to send unsubscribe requests to. The third line is this:
It looks to me like it should be a link to the group's list info page. Is this a bug or is there something I can do to fix it? It looks like it might be missing a forward slash after the first "s".
This is a list whose msg_footer was imported by The Mailman 3 process that imports Mailman 2.1 lists. This import process will recognize the default msg_footer and not create a list specific template for it, but other things in the footer result in a list specific template which needs to be reviewed for issues like this.
The way for you to fix it is to create a list:member:regular:footer (and maybe a list:member:digest:footer) template in your web UI which will then override the existing list specific template. The available replacements are listed at https://docs.mailman3.org/projects/mailman/en/latest/src/mailman/rest/docs/templates.html#templated-texts. In templates they are all $ strings, e.g. $name. The %(name)s replacements are Mailman 2.1 and won't work. Also, there is no replacement for web_page_url because Mailman Core doesn't know what that is, so you have to include the actual 'https://.../' value if you want to include a web link.