[Mailman-Users] How can I post to a members-only list when the domain is stripped because it is local?
dhl at SPHDS.Org
Fri Dec 20 22:50:28 CET 2002
Sun Netra V100 running Solaris 8
Mailman 2.0.13 installed from source
I've set up Mailman and can access the web interface, etc. My mail server is
the same system as the Mailman server and there is only one domain involved,
'dom.ain'. I set up a members-only list, 'mylist'. I added myself, user 'me'
as a member of the list, 'me at dom.ain'.
When I try to post to mylist, I get a message back saying that the message is
being held since it was submitted by a non member. On the administrative page
to approve or reject the post, it shows that the message is from 'me' rather
than 'me at dom.ain'.
I have not found a way to add my username 'me' as an email address on the list
without having a domainname attached. I tried '@localhost.' but that didn't
resolve things. Is there a way to tell a memers-only list to accept a local
post or to tell it to be smart enough to know the local domain is an acceptable
domain and to append it to the username?
I looked through the FAQs and there was only one thing that is close to this,
however, it is a different problem. Any/all suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
dhl at sphds.org
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