[Mailman-Users] Still FRUSTRATED - Please Delete Huge email pending approval from me
gwaugh at scu.edu.au
Wed Dec 8 23:26:13 CET 2004
I don't know that I'll be much help to you, but here goes... things I
can think of to check/look at:
* Is there anything of interest in the Mailman logs (/Users/mailman/logs/*)?
* What about the Postfix logs?
* Did you set up the email aliases for the list you're trying to post to?
* Can you post to the list from the Mailman server itself, ideally using
no mail routing?
* I see that there is no MX set up for beathustler.com... I'm no expert
in the mail/DNS area, but it may be necessary (particularly so that
posts from the Internet can find your Mailman server)?
DJ Freak wrote:
> Hi list
> I hope at least you're all having a good laugh over my incessant posting
> please forgive I am obsessed with getting this fixed.
> Once again, Jaguar Server, Python 2.3, Mailman 2.1.5, Postfix.
> Able to do everything except post. All mails no matter what the
> preferred server is in web interface all come in as regular mails and do
> not result in posts. Or I get relaying denied if I send to my reverse
> DNS which is www.beathustler.com (i.e. sending to
> beat-hustler at www.beathustler.com)
> I tried to post an absurdly huge post to you all with all of my file
> contents but I feel very certain that is problem is alias based and
> therefore postfix based. Then it occured to me, don't send huge posts
> YOU HAVE A WEBSITE! So if the mod is reading this you can delete that
> post now.
> Here is my main.cf file:
> PLEASE can someone take a look at that file and try and figure out what
> I have done wrong. Have I created a conflict between the aliases and
> virtual files in terms of who houses the alias_maps???
> Thanks again very much for any help.
> Oh yea I just signed up for a second time by accident because I thought
> I had found a different list. Again please forgive.
> -Evan Miller
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