[Mailman-Users] sendmail and mailman
John E.P. Hynes
john at hytronix.com
Fri Oct 10 11:56:45 CEST 2003
> This is a classic case for using the Generics table for Sendmail.
I tried that, and, oddly, it didn't work.
I ended up making a Class E file by adding
to my mc file and re-compiling sendmail.cf. Since the canonical name of the
machine is in the correct domain, I just put all of the list aliases in that
file. Worked fine.
Thanks for the suggestions though!
> On Thu, 2003-10-09 at 07:44, John E.P. Hynes wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > Here's my issue:
> > Mailman is installed on a host which is an MX for two domains.
> > domain1 gets forwarded to another mail hub.
> > domain2 gets delivered locally, and there are no users except the
> > aliases.
> > This mail host uses masquerade_as to rewrite outgoing addresses as
> > Therefore, if you subscibe to a list, using the web link to authorize
> > subscription works fine, but hitting reply doesn't, as it'll go to
> > (mailman-alias)@domain1.com, which doesn't exist.
> > Does anyone know how to make sendmail NOT masquerade domain2 if it
> > originates from the relay host itself?
> > Thanks,
> > -John
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