I have recently installed and configured Majordomo on my Dell 450
(48mb RAM and 2 gig hard drive) (I tried subscribing to this list,
but I have gotten no results file yet so please reply directly to me
instead of to the list. I've set up a couple of lists and
they seem to be working fine, except that I can't get the archive
feature to work. The owner of all these files and directories is
majordom and the permissions seem to be set correctly. This is a
sample of my /etc/aliases file:
crimlaw:"|/home/majordom//wrapper resend -l crimlaw -h buster.law.pace.edu -r crimlaw crimlaw-outgoing"
crimlaw-outgoing: :include:/home/majordom/mail/lists/crimlaw, crimlaw-archive
crimlaw-archive: "|/home/majordom/wrapper archive -f /home/majordom/mail/archives/crimlaw -m -a"
crimlaw-request: "|/home/majordom/wrapper request-answer crimlaw"
and this is a the part of my majordomo.cf file that relates to the
$filedir = "/home/majordom/mail/archives";
$filedir_suffix = "";
# the safe locations for archive directories. This should be defined as
# a series of root anchored directory paths as will be used as prefixes
# to the file names specified to the archive2.pl script.
@archive_dirs = ( "$filedir/testlist", "$filedir/crimlaw" );
Anyone have any ideas why it is not writing the archive file? I would
really appreciate any help you can give me.
Director of Computer Services
Pace Law School
78 North Broadway
White Plains, New York 10603