[Mailman-Users] Problems with permissions on aliases.db file
brad.knowles at skynet.be
Mon Jun 30 17:54:11 CEST 2003
At 2:57 PM -0500 2003/06/27, Ryan Shultz wrote:
> I have a problem with the aliases.db file for a postfix install with the
> newest mailman on rehat 9. In the maillog of the box every time I send
> to it it says that permission denied. I have used the check_perms
> script and everything is fine. I am at a loss. It does not seem to
> want to work. It was recognizing the aliases entries before but I must
> have changed something to make it stop. Any help?
This sounds like a postfix problem, not an issue with mailman.
Have you tried the postfix-users mailing list?
In general, these files should be owned by "root", and should not
be group-writable, nor should any of the directories in the path to
this file be group-writable (i.e., if it's in /etc/postfix, then
neither /, nor /etc, nor /etc/postfix should be group-writable, and
they should all be owned by root). Have you tried running the
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