[Mailman-Users] Reply-To misbehaving

Liam Bedford lbedford at wbtsystems.com
Wed Feb 23 17:07:42 CET 2000

I have just setup mailman on one of my machines (it's the second
I've got running). This machine has multiple domains on it, and the basic
(dogma.domain.com) doesn't accept mail for the lists. Which is fine, because
I don't want it to. However, one of the lists has reply-to list set (members
it, and it's only a small list). When we get mail from the list, Reply-To:
set to dogma.domain.com, even though in the config for the list, the
variable is set to lbedford.org. What makes even less sense is the fact
that in the footer it gets the host_name wrong. 

Extract from mail headers:
Subject: [Lanparty] testing again
Reply-To: lanparty at dogma.slashnull.org
Sender: lanparty-admin at dogma.slashnull.org
Errors-To: lanparty-admin at dogma.slashnull.org
X-Mailman-Version: 1.1
Precedence: bulk
List-Id: Lan Party... yeah! <lanparty.lbedford.org>
X-BeenThere: lanparty at lbedford.org

Extract from mail footer:
Lanparty mailing list
Lanparty at lbedford.org

(I don't know python, but it seems to be doing the right thing (the reply-to
is set
by the GetListEmail function, which is using mm_cfg.host_name...

Any suggestions (reply to poster isn't an option)?


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