[Mailman-Users] No mail sent to other domains

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Sun Dec 15 02:17:09 CET 2002

This is indicative of a relay problem on your MTA.  Make sure that
"localhost" or the equivalent is allowed to relay.  Not sure exactly how
qmail works (don't like it), so you may need to add the hostname used by
Mailman (or ip addresses) to allow it to relay properly.

Good Luck - Jon Carnes

On Sat, 2002-12-14 at 13:55, Torsten Ehlers wrote:
> Hi,
> I've installed Mailman 2.0.13 from source under Debian Linux 3.0 (MTA is
> qmail) and everything seemed to be working fine as long as I only tested
> it with local mail addresses (i.e. addresses from the same domain that
> mailman is working in). Subscribing, configuring (via Web and mail) and
> sending mails works.
> But then, subscribing mail addresses from other domains (I tried
> different domains) doesn't work at all. When I subscribe such an address
> this address never receives a message (not even the first welcome
> message). But the welcome messages get logged in mailman's ./logs/bounce
> file and the subscribes are marked as "pending" in ./logs/subscribe. I
> have no idea why those messages get bounced, though. I couldn't find
> anything in the FAQ or Documentation either. Can anyone help me? Thanks
> a lot!
> Torsten
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