[Mailman-Users] "Uncaught bounce notification" for -admin addresses
python.org at gregwestin.com
Tue May 6 16:49:18 CEST 2003
> Tell me what you get when you do a:
> ~mailman/bin/list_members mailman
I get the address that is listed for the administrator of the mailman
> Also what happens if you take a message and save it to a file called
> test.eml and then feed it to your test list's admin:
> su mailman
> cat test.eml |/usr/local/mailman/mail/mailman admin test
> If this works then the problem is in the aliases file (or postfix's
> interpretation of the alias).
This resulted in the same sort of bounce notification message as
before. So I guess the aliases are OK. Where else could the problem
be? If this isn't happening on anyone else's system, it must be a
problem with the way I upgraded this server or something. But again,
it also seems to be happening on another server I didn't upgrade.
Thanks again for helping to get to the bottom of this,
Contact info: http://www.gregwestin.com/contact.php
> On Mon, 2003-05-05 at 19:26, Greg Westin wrote:
>> The e-mail addresses are valid, and are indeed subscribed to the list.
>> Would it matter if the subscribed addresses had names associated with
>> them? It doesn't look like you can enter real names for the
>> It seems strange that this is happening on two different servers...
>> perhaps something went wrong in upgrading them from 2.0 that isn't
>> true of
>> the servers you're looking at, where you did a cleaner upgrade? I
>> know what might be wrong here... why are these messages being treated
>> On Monday, May 5, 2003, at 06:22 PM, Jon Carnes wrote:
>>>> From the logs it looks like it is making it to the proper list
>>> so it doesn't appear to be a problem with Postfix. Check the email
>>> addresses of the folks on the list: mailman; is the admin actually
>>> subscribed to the list?
>>> Jon Carnes
>> Contact info: http://www.gregwestin.com/contact.php
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