[Mailman-Users] postfix problem

Ted M Harapat ted-mailman at mob.net
Sat Nov 10 04:11:04 CET 2001

You need to make sure you take the output from the '$prefix/bin/newlist' and 
put it in the /etc/aliases file and run 'newaliases'. Then your mail won't 
bounce and your mail will be archived in the appropriate pipermail directory so 
it can be browsed. It won't work (as far as my experience goes) until you get 
the first incoming email to the list.


Quoting MiniTom <minitom at blaster.dyndns.org>:

> Hi,
> I just installed mailman on Linux Mandrake with postfix. I can add a new
> list, but users can't suscribe to the list. They receive a mail, but
> when they reply, they get a MAILER-DAEMON mail wich tell that the
> address of the list does not exist.
> My list is "test at myhostname" and none of these address works :
> test-request at myhostname, test-admin at myhostname.
> I can't access to the directory /mailman/pipermail/test from the web,
> though it is rightly configured (I hope ...).
> Other web pages seem to be ok : mailman/admin/test,
> mailman/listinfo/test ...
> I think lists address are net created. Is Postfix the problem ?
> Can anyone give me some help please ?
> (excuse my english I'm french)

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