I wonder if it's possible for users to choose between the new Postorius
interface and the old text-based interface? Some users might prefer the
text-based interface (e.g., for accessibility or just familiarity); others
may prefer the new interface (which does look quite snazzy!). But, I
didn't find any documentation about switching between the two.
I am a Second Year Artificial Intelligence Undergraduate at Vidya Jyothi
Institute of Technology,Hyderabad,Telangana,India. I am really interested
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I'm upgrading a mailman2 installation to mailman3. And I using a docker implementation, created by me and not Maxking's implementation.
Everything is installed and is served correctly.
I have created a postfix container that relays emails to a smtp server, and I can send emails by telnet from it.
When I create a new thread in Hyperkitty, I receive an error from postfix container that the user (mailing list name) is not found.
And I believe that is obvious because the aliases db are not accessible by postfix.
So, my questions are:
- Is there a way to share aliases db between containers(different hosts) of mailman and postfix? I thought about sharing volumes but I'm not quite sure if it's the best solution
- I've seen:
virtual_alias_maps = mysql:/etc/postfix/virtual/existing_aliases.cf, var/lib/mailman/data/virtual-mailman
to add in postfix main.cf. Is it possible to do the same thing to aliases and transport_maps? And if so, how to set it in mailman configuration, because this is for mailman
I've seen this thread:
And it seams kind or less the same situation.
Does anyone have an idea or can give some pointers in how to accomplish this?