[Mailman-Users] First-time poster...
billl at inetmsg.com
Mon Jun 6 19:57:07 CEST 2005
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Sapiro" <msapiro at value.net>
> >I have setup a list server running on Fedora Core 2, with Postfix 2.2.3,
> >Mailman 2.1.5, and Python 2.3.4. I think I followed the Mailman setup
> >configuration guidelines correctly, but am having a problem that I cannot
> >find resolution to via google nor by a search of the Mailman list
> >When sending a message to a test list, the message sits in the queue and
> Postfix queue?
> >Postfix reports in the maillog:
> >Jun 6 09:04:55 lists postfix/qmgr: E16EA6FE2C:
> >from=<test-bounces at lists.siemensmedical.com>, size=1215, nrcpt=1 (queue
> This looks like mailman has received the post and is trying to notify
> the owner/moderator (or maybe deliver the post if there is only one
> recipient). Listname-bounces is the usual envelope sender for messages
> from Mailman.
> >Jun 6 09:04:55 lists postfix/local: warning: cannot find alias
> >database owner for hash:/usr/local/mailman/data/aliases(0,34100)
> I don't know postfix and am not sure what this means.
> >The permissions on the aliases* files are:
> >ls -l /usr/local/mailman/data/alias*
> >-rw-rw---- 1 mailman mailman 107000 Jun 6 08:59 aliases
> >-rw-r----- 1 mailman mailman 167936 Jun 6 08:59 aliases.db
> aliases.db should be group writable and I think is normally owned by
> root which may relate to the above log message.
I change the aliases.db to be group writeable, and even tried setting the
ownership to root:mailman, but "bin/check_perms" did not like that and set
the permission back to mailman:mailman. The aliase* files now look like
(with no bin/check_perms issues reported):
-rw-rw-r-- 1 mailman mailman 107000 Jun 6 08:59 aliases
-rw-rw-r-- 1 mailman mailman 167936 Jun 6 08:59 aliases.db
but I am still seeing the same problem reported in the maillog:
Jun 6 10:52:07 lists postfix/local: warning: cannot find alias
database owner for hash:/usr/local/mailman/data/aliases(0,34100)
Any other thoughts, ideas, suggestions...?
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