[Mailman-Users] Mailman 2.1.5 - FQDN Question

Cogley, Rick rick.cogley at esolia.co.jp
Thu Jul 21 22:10:28 CEST 2005

Thanks Steve. I will ask the hosting company since the instance is on a
VPS'ed Fedora. They do some funkay stuff with networking...

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Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Mailman 2.1.5 - FQDN Question

--On July 22, 2005 4:46:07 AM +0900 "Cogley, Rick" 
<rick.cogley at esolia.co.jp> wrote:

> My /etc/hosts has one line:
> rcogley.myispsdomain.com rcogley localhost
> ... Which man says is [IP, fqdn, alias, alias]

This still looks bogus to me -- localhost is more typically on a line by
itself, tied to the loopback interface, for example:   localhost.localdomain localhost

> I have another domain I am hosting mail for on the machine, and 
> postfix sends out from root@ from this domain.
> Also, I have another IP as well.
> Can I just add to this file so it looks like:
> rcogley.myispsdomain.com rcogley localhost
> www.domainofmine.net www

Other than moving the localhost to a line by itself, I *think* this is ok. 
I'm not a DNS god, though, so others may well correct me.

But I suspect that your ultimate problem is one that was suggested by
someone else (Mark?) -- you've got a bad value set for DEFAULT_URL_HOST. 
Fixing that in mm_cfg.py will probably help.

YMMV; I'm merely a dabbler in the mailman configuration business.

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