[Mailman-Users] postfix problem

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Sat Nov 10 06:44:50 CET 2001

In the web admin go to the Privacy Options page and enter the mailing list 
address in the following field:
   Alias names (regexps) which qualify as explicit to
   or cc destination names for this list

If your host name is misconfigured, this normally sets things to rights.

Jon Carnes

BTW: the pipermail link will NOT work till there is some mail that has been 
archived for that list...

On Saturday 10 November 2001 00:26, MiniTom wrote:
> 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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