On Mon, Apr 08, 2002 at 04:57:32PM -0400, Jon Carnes email@example.com wrote a message of 76 lines which said:
Using Mailman with virtual domains.
Close but it still does not work. I explain:
- Create the list using the unique local name
- Setup the virtual name and point it to the unique local name (for email
and for web)
I translated newlist's output to Postfix virtual addresses ("REALNAME:" becomes "VIRTUALNAME@VIRTUALDOMAIN "). It works for incoming mail.
- Web admin to list and under General Options set "Host name this list prefers" to the virtual host name "Base URL for Mailman ..." to the virtual hosting site ***
- Web admin, Privacy Options, set "Alias names (regexps).." list to include both the real and the
virtual name of the list
- Web admin, Regular/Digest member options "Footer added..." manually put in the information you want to show up
Done (BTW, I use config_list to do so, it is much easier/faster than the Web interface.
happens, go into ~mailman/lists/<listname>/.. and copy "config.db.last" over the current "config.db". You will loose all recent changes, but you will once more be able to access the config of the list.
Or use config_list.
This should let you setup multiple virtual lists with the same primary name: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Yes but it still fails for OUTGOING mails. The real name still appears in many places. I can use Postfix's canonical to rewrite what's in the headers but it is painful.
And some messages like "We have received a request from 18.104.22.168 for subscription of your email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, to the REALNAME@VIRTUALDOMAIN mailing list." are not subject to customization.
I feel inclined to say that Mailman does not really support virtual domains :-(