[Mailman-Users] Mailman -virtual- sendmail & openbsd
ppruett at webengr.com
Tue Nov 21 15:51:18 CET 2000
that was the solution, don't use CNAME for the virtualhosting
I thought that the Sendmail Option in sendmail.cf
O DontExpandCname True
would take care of this, for some reason it did not
and the O'reilly book recommended against it.
So I redid the domain zone files and my problems went away.
I just have to remember that if I ever change the
IP address I have to do it for all the domain names
since I can't use CNAME
On Wed, 15 Nov 2000, Tanner Lovelace wrote:
> My guess is that you would have to actually
> put in an A record instead of the CNAME. I
> believe that MX records (I'm assuming you have
> one for list.cocoavillage.com) are not supposed
> to point to CNAMES. This could be why sendmail
> is rewriting the header... Of course, it could
> be because it's just sendmail. :-)
> Tanner Lovelace
> ppruett wrote:
> > I think I am need to change something on sendmail?...
> > I have been using Mailman on openbsd and it is working
> > with list.webengr.com
> > I wanted it to answer to other domains, so I
> > did the magic for dns like
> > list.cocoavillage.com IN CNAME list.webengr.com
> > and set the hostname in the Mailman admin interface
> > and edited
> > /etc/mail/local-host-names on the mailman computer
> > and I even got my Oreilly book and read
> > and tried "O DontExpandCnames True"
> > just incase.
> > So my lists respond and work with the other domains
> > but the "To" and other email gets changed
> > so even though I send to cv-forum at list.cocoavillage.com
> > the subscribers get back cv-forum at list.webengr.com
> > I checked some sendmail logs and I think
> > that sendmail is rewritting the email header...
> > anyone out there have the 'quickfix' or
> > is it somehting like have to use masquerade on sendmail
> > or other...
> > -tia
> > paul
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