[Mailman-Users] Re: Mailman does not send its mail to the users
jeremyp at pobox.com
Thu Nov 7 16:34:47 CET 2002
I'm referring to the standard mailman aliases that are required for each
mailman list. The newlist program prints out these aliases for you
after you create a list. I'm not familiar with the qmail admin panel,
but you should be able to set up the aliases in any way that aliases are
This subject is also covered pretty well in the mailman documentation if
you need more information.
On Thu, 2002-11-07 at 09:44, Victor Tsaran wrote:
> Hi, Jeremy!
> What aliases should they look for? Can I just restore those alises using
> Qmail admin pannel, i.e. set them up the usual way, or this should be done
> via Mailman configuration?
> Jeremy Portzer writes:
> > On Wed, 2002-11-06 at 18:36, Victor Tsaran wrote:
> >> Dear listers,
> >> I am a user who has an account and a virtual domain with an ISP. The ISP
> >> runs Mailman version 2.0.6. For whatever reason, lists for other accounts on
> >> that machine are working fine, but not for mine.
> >> Basically, Mailman stopped responding to admin requests as well as
> >> distribute its mail to the users.
> >> The support guy removed those lists of mine and recreated them again, but
> >> the problem did not disappear.
> >> They are running Qmail as their MTA.
> >> All the messages that I sent to either list admin addresses or to the users
> >> end up in my catch-all account.
> > If the messages are going to your catch-all account, and never showing
> > up in the archives, this probably means that there's a problem with the
> > aliases for your list. Ask the administrator to check the aliases and
> > the MTA configuration -- the mail absolutely should not be delivered to
> > your account.
> > --Jeremy
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