[Mailman-Users] Two lists: info at domain1.tld and info at domain2.tld
S.Anders at digitec.de
Mon Feb 10 11:14:40 CET 2003
Am Montag, 10. Februar 2003 11:00 schrieben Sie:
> > Hi,
> > I want to use Mailman 2.1 for two lists:
> > info at domain1.tld and info at domain2.tld
> > As far as I understand, this is not posible with mailman.
> Well, I've been using Mailman 2.0.x with
> listname at domain.(tld1|tld2|tld3) so it should be possible to do it for
> listname@(domain1|domain2).tld too. :-)
> > Or is there a way to do it (e.g.modify aliases or Mailman List
> I'm assuming you already set up the list for one domain? Next you should
> in indeed make sure that your mailserver sends the emails for the list
> addresses at both domains to the necessary aliases. This will however
> depend on your mailserver.
> After you've done that mail should go to the list. However, you might
> now notice that the list is only working at one address and keeping or
> bouncing the mail at the other address. To fix this you have to visit
> On that page you will find a box for acceptable_aliases, described as
> "Alias names (regexps) which qualify as explicit to or cc destination
> names for this list.". Just put in the listaddress at the second domain
> (or for both domains), in there, and you should be on the go.
think this does not help:
I do not want to use ONE list for two domains, but
TWO List with the same name before the @.
If I create the 1st list (info at domain1.tld), and then create a 2nd
(info at domain2.tld), I get an error message that the list allready exists.
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