[Mailman-Users] Sub Domains and Domains

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Wed Mar 3 06:10:16 CET 2004

On Tue, 2004-03-02 at 13:29, Brendan B. Chard wrote:
> I am attempting to run mailman on a FreeBSD machine with multiple virtual
> hosts.
> Everything is working great except that the list address I want is
> "listname at lists.chard.net"  and it works great, I can send to it and it
> works just fine.
> The problem is that when the list sends out a post to members it drops the
> subdomain from it's address and says, reply to "example at chard.net"
> - I have an address record created for my lists.chard.net and a proper
> virtual host for it.  
> - The primary domain is also hosted, as a virtual host on the same machine
> - I have set the "host name this list prefers" to "lists.chard.net"
> - lists.chard.net is set up as my default url host and e-mail host in the
> Defaults.py and mm_cfg.py files
> - I have added these entries to my mm_cfg.py file:
> DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = 'lists.chard.net'
> DEFAULT_URL_HOST = 'lists.chard.net'
> Like I said, everything about the list is working great except that when a
> post or administrative message is sent out by mailman it says to reply to
> listname at chard.net instead of listname at lists.chard.net
> Any advice would be great!
> -Brendan Chard
> brendan at chard.net

Brendan, it is common that folks create the list before they properly
set up the virtual hosts.  Unfortunately, you may need to use the
withlist command to correct this within the lists database.

Good Luck - Jon Carnes

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