[Mailman-Users] Mailman+Qmail+external subscribers

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Thu Mar 13 04:19:50 CET 2003

As an experiment, grab one of the messages that you got locally but not
via yahoo, and send it to your yahoo account from the server.

You could also clone the list (using ~mailman/bin/config_list) and
simply add a few test users, then test using that. 

Good Luck!

On Wed, 2003-03-12 at 12:08, Jodie wrote:
> I have been searching for days for an answer to this, so please forgive me if 
> you know of some document or web site that addresses this problem.  Point me 
> to that document and I will be glad to read for myself.
> I am currently running RH 7.3 with Qmail 1.03+patches-19 with Mailman 
> 2.0.13-1.
> I have one mailing list that is experiencing problems mailing out to CERTAIN 
> addresses on the membership list. When it sees this problem, it disables the 
> user.  I have not confirmed whether this is the only list with this problem.  
> However, none of the other lists are complaining.  
> Example:
> I am subscribed to the list using my email address starky at shreve.net 
> (shreve.net being the default domain for the mail server hosting mailman).  I 
> am also subscribed to the list with a yahoo address barkusbarkus at yahoo.co.uk.  
> When I send a test message to the list, I get the test message at 
> starky at shreve.net.  I never get the test message at the yahoo account.  Many 
> of the other members who have non shreve.net addresses get disabled and the 
> admins get notifications that the emails bounced and these accounts were 
> disabled.  Now, my yahoo account (which never received the test message) does 
> NOT get disabled. So, it seems that no external (non shreve.net) addresses 
> are receiving posts, but not all are bouncing (hence not all get disabled).
> The mail server is working properly as far as normal sending and receiving 
> email operations go...and it is listening on
> I would be interested in looking at the actual bounce messages from the 
> MAILER-DAEMON. However, I don't know how I can get to these messages, if it 
> is even possible.  I  am hoping that these messages might shed some light on 
> the problem.
> If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know.  Or, if I have provided too 
> little information, I will be glad to provide anything necessary to help 
> solve this issue.
> Thanks!
> -- 
> Jodie E Crouch III
> ShreveNet, Inc.
> Asst. Network Administrator
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