[Mailman-Users] Multiple domain lists

tim tim at bookings.nl
Mon Oct 2 11:21:02 CEST 2000

hello ...

yes, this is possible. Though, this needs to be setup in your:

1) MTA (virtual mapping)
2) httpd.conf (or whatever your sebserver uses) aliasing.

it is not difficult. 


On Fri, Sep 29, 2000 at 10:20:59AM -0700, Tim Pepper wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Sep 2000, Nigel Metheringham wrote:
> > For a small number of domains with unique listnames - ie 
> > listname at foo.com & listname at bar.com being the same list is not a real 
> > problem to you, you can just set the domain name in the list config and 
> > things work correctly - including by the way http://www.foo.com/mailman/
> > listinfo/ only listing the lists that match that domain.  This is 
> Can you do this such that if multiple domain names (eg: foo.com and bar.com)
> point the same machine, that it will accept traffic on stuff to both
> list at foo.com and list at bar.com?  I was thinking of changing a machine name and
> don't want to hose all my existing users...want to continue accepting mail at
> the old name, but hopefully have it going out from the new name.  One of the
> posts in this thread made it sound like I can definitely control the name
> outgoing mail appears to come from.  I just want to make sure a single list
> will accept stuff sent to two machine names...
> Tim
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