[Mailman-Users] Confirmation and sent messages not reachingend-user
msapiro at value.net
Fri Feb 23 16:36:10 CET 2007
Jason Luck wrote:
>> >SMTPHOST...in mm_cfg.py...no info on
>> > DELIVERY_MODULE = 'SMTPDirect'
>> > MTA = 'Manual'
>> > SMTPHOST = 'localhost'
>> > SMTPPORT = 0 # default from smtplib
>> > SENDMAIL_CMD = '/usr/lib/sendmail'
>> If the above are actually indented, this is bad. They shouldn't be.
>> Is this from mm_cfg.py or Defaults.py?
>Actually the text listed above on SMTP which was in section 4 of 3.14 FAQ
>is not listed in my mm_cfg.py...not there at all. Is this a problem?
No. That bit in the FAQ is just a listing of the defaults from
Defaults.py and these should be OK.
>> >6) Locks
>> >Can't find any locks folder under a mailman directory
>> It's somewhere? Is there a setting for LOCK_DIR in mm_cfg.py?
>There is no setting for LOCK_DIR in the mm_cfg.py. I perform a locate on
>either LOCK or LOCK_DIR and the only LOCK I can find deal with items in an
LOCK_DIR is not a directory, it is a Python name set in Defaults.py and
possibly overridden in mm_cfg.py. Thus, you won't find it with locate,
but you might find it with grep.
If this is a RedHat FHS compliant installation, you will probably find
them in /var/locks/, but if you check the setting for LOCK_DIR in
Defaults.py (since it isn't in mm_cfg.py) you should find it. See
for more on RedHat FHS.
>Within the Mailman directory there is a LockFile.py, LockFile.pyc and
This is the Mailman module that deals with locking and locks. It is not
the locks themselves, but locks aren't your problem anyway.
>Here is what the smtp-failure log is saying...
>Feb 21 18:30:00 2007 (6645) Low level smtp error: (-2, 'Name or service not known'),
>msgid: <mailman.0.1172099747.6557.test at falconfootball.org>
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