i think is related to the sender address
as i use -r to speacified a maillist address as the sender address and send this mail to this maillist , Mailman will report the issue , which mean while , if the from address is differen to recipient address, mailman will accept it.
On 12/27/2015 02:22 PM, MichaelLeung wrote:
as i said
i have three machines two are mailman servers, one is responsible for sending mail
i send mails to these from the third machine to that two mailman servers, one accepted the message , but the other one didnot.
On 12/27/2015 01:45 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
On 12/26/2015 09:42 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
i get confuse, how did it work on the other mailman server. Do you have 1) two different Mailman servers one of which accepts the message an one of which doesn't or do you have 2) two different machines from which you send the message to the same mailman server or do you
On 12/26/2015 09:19 PM, MichaelLeung wrote: perhaps have 3) two different machines from which you send the message to two different mailman servers?
if 1) it is because the Mailman list which accepts the message has its Privacy options... -> Recipient filters -> require_explicit_destination set to No and the other list has it set to Yes.
if 2) it is because the 'mail' command on the non-working machine is broken.
if 3) it is one of those two reasons.
Please answer these questions:
on how many different machines do you run the mail command? If more than one, does it work from one and not another?
how many mailman lists/servers are there? If more than one, does it work on one and not another?
on the machine(s) on which you run the mail command,
Ignore the above incomplete message. The relevant message is https://mail.python.org/pipermail/mailman-users/2015-December/080249.html