[Mailman-Users] implicitly addressed error - virtual domains
hosting at analoghosting.com
Wed Feb 6 05:00:16 CET 2002
Thanks! And sorry about leaving out the subject.
I have one more question. Can I change the address the list uses when it
sends out reminders and welcome messages?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jon Carnes" <jonc at nc.rr.com>
To: "Ryan LeBlanc" <hosting at analoghosting.com>; <mailman-users at python.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 6:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] implicitly addressed error - virtual domains
> First of all dude, make an attempt at a Subject.... It helps us help you,
> and it helps others later on when they seach the archives. That said,
> is an easy answer to the problem.
> In the web-admin under Privacy options: "Alias names (regexps) which
> qualify as explicit... " put in the email address you want your list to
> Jon Carnes
> On Tuesday 05 February 2002 21:02, Ryan LeBlanc wrote:
> > I just started using mailman, and am hoping somebody can help me with a
> > problem I am having.
> > I have virtual domains setup on my server, and I can get mailman working
> > with them, except for one thing.
> > I manually update the config.db using bin/config_list, and setup all the
> > paths for the virtual domain. The problem comes in when I try to use a
> > different posting address. for example, say I set up a list name:
> > test_domain1.com
> > Well, the posting address is test_domain1.com at domain1.com, and it works
> > just fine. However, I would like to use test at domain1.com. When I do
> > that, I get a bounce from Mailman saying the message was addressed
> > implicitly.
> > So, either, there is an option in config.db I can't change with
> > bin/config_list, or the setting that checks the address is stored
> > elsewhere.
> > I looked into bin/withlist, but I unfortunately do not know Python, so I
> > don't even know where to start with it. I was able to do a little with
> > it, but I don't know all the objects I can use. I was able to get
> > GetEmailRequest to display, only because it was mentioned in the
> > examples.
> > Thanks for any help
> > Ryan LeBlanc
> > hosting at analoghosting.com
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