[Mailman-Users] domain woes
tpf at gsw.edu
Thu Mar 25 15:57:10 CET 2004
Our mail server (host.my.domain) recieves mail addressed to @host.my.domain
and @my.domain. Right now, it is set up to send mail as @my.domain, but
before, it was set up to send mail as however joe user had it set up in
eudora to send (either @host.my.domain or @my.domain).
However, since the change to force @my.domain on outgoing mail (using the
"MASQUERADE_AS" option on sendmail, many users have complained that they
cannot post to mailing lists because they subscribed as
<user>@host.my.domain. Is there a way to set up mailman to accept either
domain as coming from the same domain?
i.e. : if Joe user (joeuser at my.domain) subscribed to my a list as
"joeuser at host.my.domain" through the web interface, is there a way that I
can let him post as "joeuser at my.domain"? I realize that I could set up a
filter to specifically allow "joeuser at my.domain" to post, but I would
prefer that mailman accept an "@my.domain" address to be treated the same
as the corresponding "@host.my.domain" addresses.
Tim Faircloth, System Administrator
Office: (229) 931-5076 Beeper: (229) 928-1458
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