msapiro at value.net
Sat Nov 4 00:23:28 CET 2006
Eric Walker wrote:
>1) I have a website that I want to maintain a list for but my host provider charges me if I run a list through that hosts. So I figured I could run a list from my own personal machine and use remote smtp to just mail to the list. ( its going to be an announcement list only). Well, I am running debian and home and I was able to finally get exim4 talking with gmail and use googles smtp servers.
Why not just let Exim connect directly to the recipients' smtp servers?
>When I do a send from the command line I see the messages go out and they are received. The message has the headers and looks as if its comes from my websites domain. Now, I am trying to install mailman. I created a test list and here are a couple of things I can't do and need help.
>1) When I create a list I get a message saying a new list is created and here is the password to admin it etc. I follow the links in the page and it takes me back to my home machine and I see the mailman pages. I can admin and add users. I cannot send an email to the list though...
You have at least two choices:
You can use bin/inject to put a post into Mailman's 'in' queue, or you
can set up Exim/Mailman integration (see
and set up an MUA (email client) to post to the smtp server on
'localhost' and send posts through it.
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