[Mailman-Users] How does mailman/mail/wrapper get created?

Mark Sapiro msapiro at value.net
Thu Oct 26 16:28:36 CEST 2006

Jon Ferraiolo wrote:
>We are at the point where we mail lists with subscribers. However, when
>attempted to send email to one of the lists (e.g., foo at bar.com), we are now
>getting an error message that says:
>    sh: line 1: /home/bar/mailman/mail/wrapper: No such file or directory
>Looking at my installation, there is no mail/main/wrapper file. Should
>there be one? Should it have been created by "make install" or is this
>something that needs to be created manually?

It looks like you have installed aliases or other MTA configuration for
Mailman 2.0.x. In 2.1 the mail wrapper is
/usr/local/mailman/mail/mailman (or whatever the path is). It is named
'mailman', not 'wrapper'.

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