[Mailman-Users] do I need to use virtual hosts?

jbrouhard at ci.st-joseph.mo.us jbrouhard at ci.st-joseph.mo.us
Tue Apr 15 17:49:10 CEST 2003

It's not mailman.

It's your MTA.  If you're using Sendmail, be sure that
listserver.mycompany2.com is set in it's relaying table and/or
local-host-names.  I've had this repeatedly at work before.

Joe Brouhard, MCP, A+
Computer Support Technician
City of St Joseph
jbrouhard at ci.st-joseph.mo.us

-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Lipson [mailto:adaml at jbase.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2003 10:53 AM
To: mailman-users at python.org
Subject: [Mailman-Users] do I need to use virtual hosts?

I think I need to use virtual host, but not sure can someone help me out or
point me to a web page that has the solution?  I am sure this has been asked
before, but I could not find it in the archive.

I have a machine host.company1.com and I would like to accept mail for a
list on that machine, but call that list list at listserver.company2.com.  How
is this done?  I am getting a sendmail error about relaying not allowed and
I am sure I have messed up my mailman settings as well.  I set the mailman
config so mail is sent from list at listserver.company2.com and that comes
accross correctly, but I'm not sure if it will accept mail once sendmail has


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