[Mailman-Users] Multiple domain lists

Vidar Langseid vl at ez.no
Thu Sep 28 13:48:33 CEST 2000

This does not work 100% for me. I have multiple domains. Sending mail to
list1 at foo.com and list2 at bar.com works but when the subscribers get the
mails, the mails appear to be from list1 at foo.com and list2 at foo.com (should
be list2 at bar.com) The FROM: and REPLY TO: fields are in other words wrong. 

The web-interface works perfectly. The signatures in the emails also
correctly refers to list1 at foo.com and list2 at bar.com. 
In the admininterface you may explicit spesify "Reply-To:" but that
doesn't work for me.

Is my MTA misconfigured ?
I am using 2.0beta5, redhat and sendmail


On Thu, 28 Sep 2000, Nigel Metheringham wrote:

> chris at gwydion.net said:
> > I have another domain, bar.com, which has an Apache vhost properly
> > configured etc, and all that. Exim will handle mail for bar.com.
> > How to I make mailman establish the list fubar at bar.com? 
> 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 
> exactly what I do with the exim.org box which has a few other 
> personalities.
> Distinct listnames can be done by one install of mailman per domain 
> (this might actually be a virtualised install where its mostly 
> symlinked - there is a partial mention of this in the exim/mailman 
> howto.
> Real management of multiple virtual domains is something for the 
> future... you also need to remember that there may be multiple near 
> identical mail domains (I accept mail for www.exim.org as well as 
> exim.org).
> 	Nigel.

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