[Mailman-Users] mailman on 2 servers
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Thu Nov 4 01:00:57 CET 2004
At 5:47 PM -0600 2004-11-03, Troy Richard wrote:
> So you would just install the mailman on the 2nd server and then just send
> all the mail through the mail server.
I think that would probably be one of the easiest configurations, yes.
> The only problem I'm seeing with
> that is how do you get the incoming mail to the web server for mailman to
The Mailman machine handles it's own incoming mail. The other
machine is used just for outgoing mail. At least, that's the easy
way to do it.
If the one outgoing-only machine turns out not to be sufficient,
it's easy enough to set up additional outgoing-only machines and to
pass traffic off to the set of outgoing-only machines through some
sort of round-robin or other load-balancing technique.
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