[Mailman-Users] No Bounce Notification
msapiro at value.net
Sun Sep 19 17:54:19 CEST 2004
Tony wrote in response to my "Original Message" below which I
inadvertently neglected to copy to the list:
>Hmm...I do not know were the install directory.
It might be /usr/local/mailman (the default), or it could be elsewhere.
On some Debian systems it is /var/lib/mailman.
>I am having someone host my
>website and all of the configurations are done through Cpanel.
>MTA alias? Where do I set that up or check that?
>"Hostname this list prefers for email" is currently set to "mail.domain.com"
>I tried at domain.com with the same results
Try sending a test e-mail to <yourlistname>-bounces at mail.domain.com.
This should result in an entry in the bounce log and in Mailman's
sending the message to the list owner as an unrecognized bounce. If
instead, the message is returned to you by the incoming MTA, The MTA
is not set up properly. This would have to be addressed through your
web host or CPanel, neither of which I can help with.
>From: Mark Sapiro [mailto:msapiro at value.net]
>Sent: Saturday, September 18, 2004 3:59 PM
>Subject: RE: [Mailman-Users] No Bounce Notification
>>I have limited shell access and am unable to view the /var/log/maillog.
>That's not the log I mean. The log I mean is by default
>$prefix/logs/bounce, but the directory could be changed by assignment
>to LOG_DIR in mm_cfg.py ($prefix is the location of your mailman
>> ..5 is a typo for the Bounce Score. It should be 0.5
>I assume you mean it was a typo in your e-mail and is actually set to
>0.5. In that case, as I said before, it looks right to me.
>Do you have an appropriate MTA alias for the listname-bounces address?
Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> The highway is for gamblers,
San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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