[Mailman-Users] Mailman and (really) large lists
John W. Baxter
jwblist3 at olympus.net
Wed Nov 29 22:35:04 CET 2006
On 11/27/06 11:48 PM, "Brad Knowles" <brad at shub-internet.org> wrote:
> The easiest way is to configure your MTA so that it has a different
> and customized configuration that it uses for listening to a
> particular numbered port on the "loopback" interface (a.k.a.,
> 127.0.0.1), and then you configure Mailman to use only that
> port/interface for all outbound mail.
And avoid 127.0.0.2
That IP is included--for testing purposes--in many DNS-based blocking lists.
So sites which check all Received: headers in messages are likely to see
127.0.0.2 as a Bad Thing[tm] and reject/discard/mark as spam messages
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