[Mailman-Users] Mailman and Lotus Notes MTA
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Fri Nov 12 03:19:50 CET 2004
At 6:15 PM -0600 2004-11-11, Jeff_Nagel at wlc.edu wrote:
> Would another solution be to install Sendmail or Postfix on the Fedora box
> and use this strictly for Mailman or would that require another domain? I
> would prefer not to use the Lotus Notes server if possible. I guess what I
> am asking is if we can have two email servers, the current Notes server
> and a Mailman server running some MTA program. If so, what would be
> required to make this work.
That might be able to be done, but a lot depends on the Lotus
Notes server. If you can configure it to listen only to a given IP
address, then you should be able to set up another IP address on the
same machine (maybe even bound to the same interface). This other IP
address would have to have a different name, but not necessarily a
different domain. You could then configure postfix or sendmail to
listen to this other IP address, and configure Mailman to use the
other hostname associated with this other IP address.
If you can't configure Notes to listen only to a given IP
address, you're going to have a much tougher job. You can't have two
programs share the same port number, so neither postfix nor sendmail
would be able to share the SMTP port with Notes.
Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
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