[Mailman-Users] How to enable piping in /etc/aliases?
andersonthomas at gmail.com
Wed Aug 15 01:42:14 CEST 2007
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>>> 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.
> I understand, but the problem is that there are a lot more people
> running Debian/Etch and/or Exim who are likely to have run into this
> problem and who are subscribed to their respective mailing lists, as
> opposed to running the exact same configuration you are and subscribed
> to this one.
> We support a wide variety of OSes and several different MTAs, in
> conjunction with Mailman. That said, we don't have that many
> subscribers as a whole. So, the odds of finding someone here with the
> exact same configuration you do is pretty slim.
Thanks for the explanation of the circumstances. I got a tip from
another forum on the internet. It suggested to try to replace Exim4 with
Postfix because it is claimed not to have piping disabled and that it is
tightly compatible with Mailman. I post this here in case someone
googles this lists archives.
"Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur"
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