[Mailman-Users] Virtual domain

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Tue Sep 3 20:34:38 CEST 2002

The current version of Mailman leaves this to the MTA to figure out.  If
you were using Sendmail then you would setup the Generics tables with
each list to indicate the domains that the lists should appear to be
from.  In postfix, exim, and qmail this is part of the standard install
(correct me folks if I'm wrong).  You'll have to read up on the MTA that
you are going to be using in order to handle the virtual domains


Jon Carnes

On Tue, 2002-09-03 at 11:43, Jens W. Skov - JS Consult wrote:
> Hi
> To day I run a number of majordomo lists. 
> They are set up on a server that's not hosting the domains for which it
> server as listserver. 
> Fx an address infolist at domain.com  would forward to
> infolist_domain at mylistserver.com corresponding a list called
> infolist_domain. Majordomo then sends to the list members as is the list
> was called infolist at domain.com in a way that you would have to look at
> the raw headers to see that the real origin is not domain.com.
> Can this be done with mailman?
> -
> Jens
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