[Mailman-Users] password reminders with an invalid sender domain (and thus bouncing)
subs=mailman-users at rz.xs4all.nl
Sun Feb 8 12:03:22 CET 2004
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++ 07/02/04 20:16 -0500 - Jon Carnes:
>If your running 2.1.x (and from the problem I think you are) then you
>need to use the ~mailman/bin/withlist command to reset the host names
>inside the configuration database.
I see, the problem is however that I don't have a clue on how to issue
those Python commands. I have no idea what I have to look for and how to
get there. Prefereably I would like to see a complete list of variables
that I could grep.
Any idea where to start - a pointer to an introduction in working with
this withlist, apart from the --help contents, is also welcome.
>> No problems, except for one list - all other list have no problems. This
>> one list has it's password reminders send out with the wrong domain (a
>> local domain, the one from the former box). As a result, most of these
>> reminders get bounced because of sender verify tests.
Rejo Zenger <rejo at rz.xs4all.nl> - http://rejo.zenger.nl - PGP 0x75FC50F3
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