AW: [Mailman-Users] mailman + postfix + virtual domains
Patrick Ben Koetter
p at state-of-mind.de
Tue Jan 29 18:50:43 CET 2002
your idea works like a charm.
Shame on me, I have the same book. :(
You have the book and the better understanding. :)
p at rick
> >I have a postfix daemon running, accepting and delivering
> mails for my
> >local domain and a few virtual domains.
> >Now I want to integrate mailman as listserver for one of
> the virtual
> >(!) domains.
> >My problem is:
> >The output generated by bin/newlist applies for
> 'alias'-style maps and
> >not for a postfix 'virtual' map. And this is where my
> problems start:
> Now perusing the Postfix book it looks as if you should be
> able to do what you
> want on one machine like this:
> virtual.domain DOMAIN
> list at virtual.domain list
> list-admin at virtual.domain list-admin
> list-request at virtual.domain list-request
> list-owner at virtual.domain list-admin
> another.domain DOMAIN
> thing at another.domain thing
> thing-admin at another.domain thing-admin
> thing-request at another.domain thing-request
> thing-owner at another.domain thing-admin
> list: "|/mailman/mail/wrapper post list"
> list-admin: "|/mailman/mail/wrapper mailowner list"
> list-request: "|/mailman/mail/wrapper mailcmd list"
> list-owner: list-admin
> thing: "|/mailman/mail/wrapper post thing"
> thing-admin: "|/mailman/mail/wrapper mailowner thing"
> thing-request: "|/mailman/mail/wrapper mailcmd thing"
> thing-owner: thing-admin
> However since each "list" in a virtual domain points at a
> local "user" and those
> local users must be unique so too the list names must be
> unique over ALL the
> virtual domains:
> ie you cannot have
> mylist at virtual.domain and mylist at seconddomain.
> Mmm... perhaps worth saying again, I'm looking at a book,
> I *haven't* set it up
> like this myself.
> NB: The book refered to is "Postfix", by Richard Blum, Sams
> Publishing. ISBN 0-672-32114-9
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