[Mailman-Users] /etc/aliases & 550 User unknown?
john at nisus.com
Thu Dec 20 06:16:51 CET 2001
OK I was experience the black hole effect with postings to the list;
now I'm getting bounces. /etc/aliases looks like this
mailman: me at other.f.q.d.n
## listname mailing list
## created: 2001-11-21 mailman
"|/Users/mailman/Documents/mailman/bin/mail/wrapper post listname"
"|/Users/mailman/Documents/mailman/bin/mail/wrapper mailowner listname"
"|/Users/mailman/Documents/mailman/bin/mail/wrapper mailcmd listname"
and I did the newaliases.
When I try to send to listname at this.f.q.d.n it bounces with
<<< 550 5.1.1 <listname at this.f.q.d.n>... User unknown
550 <listname at this.f.q.d.n>... User unknown
hmmmmm, as does
<<< 550 5.1.1 <listname-request at this.f.q.d.n>... User unknown
550 <listname-request at this.f.q.d.n>... User unknown
Restarting the system doesn't help.
/Users/mailman/Documents/mailman/bin/mail/wrapper is a global read+executable.
sendmail lets me send out from that system, and I can also send messages
to my username on it. Just for the heck of it, I rmlisted it, and then
did a newlist, cut & pasted the stuff for the /etc/aliases and did
the newaliases thing... but no change.
What am I missing?
Mac OS X 10.1.1
John G. Otto, Eagle Scout, Knight, Cybernetic Praxeologist
Existence, Consciousness, Identity, Life, Liberty, Property, Privacy, Justice
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