1 # mailman-bundler/deployment/mailman.cfg 2 3 # changes are site_owner, [database] and [shell] 4 5 # This is the absolute bare minimum base configuration file. User supplied 6 # configurations are pushed onto this. 7 8 [mailman] 9 # This address is the "site owner" address. Certain messages which must be 10 # delivered to a human, but which can't be delivered to a list owner (e.g. a 11 # bounce from a list owner), will be sent to this address. It should point to 12 # a human. 13 site_owner: email@example.com 14 layout: here 15 16 [paths.here] 17 # Everything in the same directory 18 var_dir: /opt/mailman/mailman-bundler/var 19 20 [database] 21 class: mailman.database.postgresql.PostgreSQLDatabase 22 #url: postgres://mailman:mailman-db-password@localhost/mailman 23 url: postgres://mailman:db_passwd@localhost/mailmanweb 24 25 [archiver.hyperkitty] 26 class: mailman_hyperkitty.Archiver 27 enable: yes 28 configuration: /opt/mailman/mailman-bundler/deployment/mailman-hyperkitty.cfg 29 30 [archiver.prototype] 31 enable: yes 32 33 [shell] 34 history_file: $var_dir/history.py 35 36 #[logging.database] 37 #level: debug
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