[Mailman-Users] Group name "mailman" doesn't exist
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Fri Dec 3 01:20:57 CET 2004
At 2:18 PM -0700 2004-12-02, Shawn Wilson wrote:
> Dec 1 15:47:28 jupiter2 postfix/local: 70D562C82A1:
> to=<kilimanjaro at atmreports.com>, relay=local, delay=0, status=bounced
> (Command died with status 8: "/usr/local/mailman/mail/mailman post
> kilimanjaro". Command output: Failure to find group name mailman. Try
> adding this group to your system, or re-run configure, providing an
> existing group name with the command line option --with-mail-gid. )
How are groups implemented on your system? Are you using
something like NIS, PAM, or LDAP which might require a refresh to
pick up the new group name, even though the source text file might
have been updated?
> Any ideas what else I can do to figure out what went wrong? I posted
> this request on the gentoo forums as well but so far the couple replies
> I received have not helped.
Given what you've said here, it looks to me like this is probably
a Gentoo-specific issue, and I don't know if we're going to be able
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