[Mailman-Users] I've built apache, sendmail, mailman successfully, how to make them work?
lovecreatesbeauty at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 14:19:22 CET 2006
Now my mail system and Mainman are worse than before. Before, internet
email addresses and local unix user account can receive invitations
from Mailman when I do mass subscription or users (by internet email
or local unix account) subscribe on the Mailman web page.
But now the invitations can be received. I can see the `new ...' and
'deleted ...' logs in /usr/local/mailman/logs/subscriber.
The mail server (Solaris bundled sendmail 8) is still ok. I can send
LAN emails via Outlook Express in Windows.
What was I missing?
By the way, when I create a new list (not site-wide one), Mailman will
create an email address for it, but Mailman doesn't create a real
email address for the list. Do I need to create that corresponding
email address manually?
Thanks in advance.
On 2/15/06, Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> wrote:
> I don't know what you think this is showing other than there is a name
> server at czar.thbs.cn.com (192.168.1.3) that you can access that has
> an address for www-china.l.google.com (alias www.google.com and
> It certainly appears there is a loopback issue in attempting to deliver
> to <jive-list-bounces at 192.168.1.68> from outside.
> where I said
> "If you are going to use a lan side IP address as the host_name for the
> list, external users will never be able to post to it."
> "If you want this list to be able to serve outside users, you have to
> configure the url host and email host as domain names which are
> visible both inside and outside your lan and are routed appropriately."
> The Mailman issue here is setting DEFAULT_URL_HOST and
> DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST appropriately. See
> and be sure to take note of running fix_url after changing
> DEFAULT_URL_HOST and DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST.
> Anything else is a network and or sendmail issue and is outside the
> scope of this list.
> 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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