[Mailman-Users] newbie question
ed at eh3.com
Thu Jul 10 20:13:04 CEST 2003
On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 11:33, Jon Carnes wrote:
> Hay Ed,
> What version of Mailman are you using? Guessing that you are using a
> recent version, you should be able to set the Mailing host (as opposed
> to the Web host) separate within the configuration file:
Thanks for responding! I'm using mailman-2.1.2-2 as shipped with RH 9
and the machine has the name "forge.lcs.mit.edu" with a CNAME of
"dev.mitgcm.org" pointing to the same IP address. Through the Mailman
admin web interface I set the Reply-To: address as
"mitgcm-support at dev.mitgcm.org" and in the Mailman config file I set:
DEFAULT_URL_HOST = 'dev.mitgcm.org'
DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = 'dev.mitgcm.org'
and also in sendmail.mc I used:
and made sure to run the sendmail.cf--rebuild command and restart all
daemons. But after all that the emails from the list still arrive at my
inbox with To: and Reply-To: addresses of
"mitgcm-support at forge.lcs.mit.edu" when what I'd prefer is
"mitgcm-support at dev.mitgcm.org". Its really just an annoyance since the
list emails seem to go to all the right places -- I just want the
different fqdn in the To: and Reply-To: headers.
So I'm stumped. What config-file invocation am I missing?
> You would be setting up a virtual domain since the address is different
> from the default.
> The kids are calling so I've got to be running! Good Luck - Jon
Thanks again and I hope things are going well in NC! ;-)
Edward H. Hill III, PhD
office: MIT Dept. of EAPS; Room 54-1424; 77 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
email: eh3 at mit.edu, ed at eh3.com
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