I have mailman on a slackware box with sendmail. ww1.mydomain.com The mailserver for ww1 is mx.mydomain.com. It is a WinNT box running Domino Mail Server. I have a mailing list: list So the addresses are : firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com These are set up in aliases.
When I try to send a request, etc, say to firstname.lastname@example.org it routes to mx.mydomain.com and is rejected because their is no user name email@example.com on the Domino Server. If I make a user firstname.lastname@example.org, it stops at the Domino Server level.
How do I get the mail back to ww1.mydomain.com?
This seems like an ignorant configuration question, but I have searched Google, the Mailman documentation, and the mailman archives without success. Lotus research, and Lotus Domino configuration is something short of user-friendly or intuitive.
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I have mailman on a slackware box with sendmail. ww1.mydomain.com The mailserver for ww1 is mx.mydomain.com. It is a WinNT box running
Seems like a pretty basic problem to me ...
You need to get the mail to your linux box. Either send the mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (make sure your mailman and sendmail is suitably aware of the domain change), or configure the domino server to redirct to the list aliases to the same alias on the linux box.
I try to avoid Domino at all costs (I knew a guy who administered Domino once ... he died), so I really can't help you with the specifics.
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