[Mailman-Users] Mailman port RH7.3/2.0.13 to FC4/2.1.5/Exim4

Gary Stainburn gary.stainburn at ringways.co.uk
Tue Dec 13 17:19:22 CET 2005

On Tuesday 13 December 2005 16:10, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> You have not created or moved your site list (named mailman) to the new
> installation. Thus, mailmanctl refuses to start the queue runners.

Thanks Mark.  I'd just found that and sorted it.  Unfortunately, I'd just 
removed everything mailman related and re-installed the rpms when I found it.

I then just re-edited mm_cfg.py and copied across the contents of the lists 
and archives/private directories and everything looks fine (there were no 
pending actions/messages etc.).

> >2) sending emails doesn't work. I've configured exim4 as described (fixing
> > the path problem to the config.pck). I've included the bits I've added as
> > well as the extract from /var/log/exim/main.log that shows the incoming
> > email being processed.  There are no other log entries however, not in
> > messages, main.log, or mailman/error.
> The exim log looks fine. I think the messages are being delivered just
> fine and are in /var/lib/mailman/qfiles/in/, but they aren't being
> processed because the queue runners aren't running because of problem
> 1.
> BTW, John Dennis has posted in the past that the FC4 Mailman package
> includes a script for migrating everything from the old locations to
> the new.

Gary Stainburn
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