Hmm. I'm not sure I know what you mean, but I have had a list on a
vdomain for years.
Stop me if you know all this.
There is a list admin GUI page. I get to it by http://mydom:7025
Then Value added features in the left column.
Then Mailing lists
Then drop down the list under existing lists to select the vdomain and
click refresh. This will show the list you created.
That's where you populate the settings, members, etc.
A file is created on the server with these settings (can't remember
where now) and if I was afraid of things getting broken, I would copy
that file to make a backup.
Neil Herber (nospam) wrote:
> I was trying to set up a new list on a virtual domain as described here:
> It sort of works, but if I try to use the admin GUI to populate the
> settings things get broken.
> Could this be fixed so that the admin GUI properly handles the vdomain
> list (my preference) or so that the admin GUI does not allow any
> access to a vdomain list to prevent "accidents"?
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