[Mailman-Users] VS: VS: List specific gids?
msapiro at value.net
Wed Oct 26 01:52:35 CEST 2005
Niemi Hannu wrote:
>Then HOW is it possible that some lists work, when
>etc/mailman/mailman.mail-gid is nogroup (65533 in my box) and others
>when it's mailman (67)?
>I can reproduce the symptom and cure for each list. Now, HOW does the
>mailman change the gid it uses per list?
Either you actually have two different wrappers (the program that the
MTA pipes the incoming messages to), one invoked for one subset of
lists and another for the other lists. Check your MTA aliases or
whatever your MTA uses to know where to deliver the mail.
Or this is some SuSE specific modification that most of us know nothing
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