[Mailman-Users] Mailman and Exim on Fedora Core 5 doesn't appear to deliver mails?

Chris Northwood chris at pling.org.uk
Fri Jun 23 00:38:50 CEST 2006

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Sapiro [mailto:msapiro at value.net] 
> Sent: 22 June 2006 21:40
> To: Chris Northwood
> Cc: 'Mailman Users'
> Subject: RE: [Mailman-Users] Mailman and Exim on Fedora Core 
> 5 doesn't appear to deliver mails?
> *snip*
> Yes, that's all the runners. So let me confirm:
> You send a post.
> It gets archived.
> It does not get sent to list members.
> All the qfiles/*/ directories are empty.
> There's nothing relevant in Mailman's error, smtp or 
> smtp-failure logs.
> If this is correct, and if you are looking at the correct 
> logs, the only thing that can cause this are there are no 
> list members who are eligible to receive this post, because
> They are digest subscribers,
> Those that aren't are the poster with 'not metoo' checked or 
> are direct
> To: or Cc: recipients with 'no dups' checked or are not 
> subscribed to the Topic that this post matches or haven't 
> selected 'receive messages that do not match any topic'.
> Other possibilities are that you are mistaken about nothing 
> relevant in the logs or you are not looking at the logs that 
> Mailman is actually writing (check LOG_DIR in mm_cfg.py/Defaults.py)
> If the message reached the archive and if DELIVERY_MODULE is 
> 'SMTPDirect' (the default) and if the default SMTP_LOG_* 
> settings haven't been overridden, and if the message is not 
> in the 'out' queue, there has to be an entry in the post log 
> and one in the smtp log unless the message had no recepients.

Heh, I knew it'd be something simple. Instead of disabling the ability for
people to be able to sign up to digests, I disabled the ability to be able
to sign up to non-digests, hence everyone was put on digest mode.

Ah well, cheers for the help everyone!

> -- 
> Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net>       The highway is for gamblers,
> San Francisco Bay Area, California    better use your sense - B. Dylan

Chris Northwood.

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