ptomblin at xcski.com
Thu Nov 18 23:33:56 CET 1999
Quoting Barry A. Warsaw (bwarsaw at cnri.reston.va.us):
> -------------------- snip snip --------------------
> SENDMAIL ISSUES
> Newer versions of Sendmail come with a restricted execution utility
> called "smrsh", which limits the executables that sendmail can use as
> mail filter programs. You need to explicitly allow Mailman's wrapper
> program to be used with smrsh. One good way of doing this is to
> - cd into /etc/smrsh
> - create a symbolic link to Mailman's wrapper program
> For example, if you've installed Mailman in the standard location, you
> can just execute these commands (you might have to do these as root):
> % cd /etc/smrsh
> % ln -s /home/mailman/mail/wrapper wrapper
I had a problem with this, because majordomo uses a program called "wrapper"
as well, so I had to call the mailman one something else. In my case, I
called it "mailman_wrapper" and had the aliases exectute
/etc/smrsh/mailman_wrapper instead of /home/mailman/mail/wrapper. When I get
rid of my last majordomo list, I'll change my aliases over.
Paul Tomblin, not speaking for anybody.
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