Walter Torres first wrote:
>> I get the error: Invalid archive directory. Aborting.
>> Is there some standard mistakes to look for?
Dave said back:
> You didn't set @archive_dirs in majordomo.cf properly. For example,
> $filedir = "$listdir";
> $filedir_suffix = ".archive";
> @archive_dirs = <$listdir/*.archive>;
I added this to the majordomo.cf file right after the <$filedir = "$listdir";>
line in the file.
It did not help.
> An alternative, indicated by the examples in sample.cf, might be (where
> 'list1' and 'list2' are example list names and not literals):
> @archive_dirs = ("$listdir/list1.archive", "$listdir/list2.archive");
If I understand this, it is stating explicatly (sp) what lists to create in
the archive section. I would rather ot have to edit th .cf every time I
want to add a new list. And no, I didn't try this tack.
For, we simply disabled the archive lines from the 'etc/aliases' file so we
could get our lists going.
But now I get this...
----- Transcript of session follows -----
/usr/local/mail/majordomo-1.93/majordomo.cf not readable; stopped at
/usr/local/mail/majordomo-1.93/resend line 55.
554 "|/usr/local/mail/majordomo-1.93/wrapper resend -l asap-talk -h
buddha.nexchi.org asap-talk-outgoing" ... unknown mailer error 255
This is my .cf file from my M.D. dir..
-rw-rw---- 1 majordom 3748 Nov 5 14:54 majordomo.cf
This is driving me crazy!
Thanks for you help.
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