[Mailman-Users] Problems with user rights
mail at schoeppi.net
Sat Jul 26 23:50:21 CEST 2003
On Sam, Jul 26, 2003 at 10:26:41 -0400, Jon Carnes wrote:
> On Sat, 2003-07-26 at 09:59, Christian Schoepplein wrote:
> > After adding some virtual hosts to mm_cfg.py and restartting mailman, I
> > get the following problems with the user rights for mailman and postfix:
> > ---
> > This is the Postfix program at host www.as-2.de.
> > I'm sorry to have to inform you that the message returned
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> > The Postfix program
> > <blindzeln-mod at as-2.de>: Command died with status 2:
> > "/usr/lib/mailman/mail/mailman post blindzeln-mod". Command output: Group
> > mismatch error. Mailman expected the mail wrapper script to be executed as
> > group "nogroup", but the system's mail server executed the mail script as
> > group "mailman". Try tweaking the mail server to run the script as group
> > "nogroup", or re-run configure, providing the command line option
> > `--with-mail-gid=mailman'.
> > ---
> Hmmm, Check the ownership of the alias file (the where the above alias
> is stored). Try setting the files group ownership to "nogroup"...
Thanks, the userrights of my alias.db-file really were the problem. But
somehow I'm confused about the groups and users I have to use, when
setting up mailman with postfix and apache :-(. In my case the following
envirorment is given:
>From postfix's main.cf:
mail_owner = postfix
setgid_group = maildrop
default_privs = nobody
owner_request_special = no
And from /etc/group:
> One of the first steps (after expanding the tar ball containing all the
> source code) to installing from source is to run the command:
Yes, I know, but what do I have to set for cgi-gid, mail-gid,
with-username and with-group? I executed configure with the following
./configure --prefix=/usr/lib/mailman --sysconfdir=/etc
Is this OK or should I reinstall mailman with other settings?
> In your case you would include the switch:
> ./configure --with-mail-gid=mailman
I tryed this but that caused problems like the one above.
> Jon Carnes
Thanks in advance for help!
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