[Mailman-Users] How to enable piping in /etc/aliases?
andersonthomas at gmail.com
Tue Aug 14 12:35:29 CEST 2007
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>> I want to enable piping in /etc/aliases. GNU/Debian Etch has piping
>> disabled by default and that makes Mailman not work with Exim4.
> This is a Debian/Etch or Exim problem, and has nothing to do with
> Mailman, except that Mailman gets caught by the fallout.
I was hoping someone reading this mailing list has had the same problem
and could share the solution.
> Try using their documentation, their FAQs, their mailing lists, etc...
> to sort out this issue. You're not likely to be able to get anything in
> the way of support on an OS or MTA-specific question like this on a
> mailing list devoted to supporting Mailman.
I tried to ask the question at Debians mailing list before I asked here.
I guess it has equally little to do with Exim as it has with Mailman.
Asking here was the last resort since no one answered me on the Debian
list. I'll try to ask at the Exim list. In the meantime; if anyone knows
the answer on this list, feel free to enlighten me :).
Thanks for your directions though.
"Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur"
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