[Mailman-Users] virtual domain setup with postfix
wo_shi_big_stomach at mac.com
Tue Jan 30 00:50:31 CET 2007
MM 2.1.9, Postfix 2.3.5, cyrus-imap 2.3.7, all on FreeBSD 6.1 installed from ports
Postfix already handles mail for multiple virtual domains defined in a MySQL database. I believe virtual domain setup is OK, as individual users have been sending and receiving mail for some time.
Having problems with Mailman, though. I've read these instructions many times:
Besides doing what's listed there, I also defined a virtual mailbox for a new "pctest" list (without that, mail sent to pctest at virt1.tld bounces).
However, MM never distributes the mail to list subscribers. /var/log/maillog says each message is sent to pctest at virt1.tld; however, the only files in /usr/local/mailman/logs that change are smtp and subscribe (and then only when list members are added).
Basically, postfix delivers message to pctest at virt1.tld but nothing happens after that.
Thanks in advance for clues on fixing this.
from virtual-mailman (note that I have run postmap on this and restarted mailman and postfix multiple times, but no joy):
# STANZA START: pctest
# CREATED: Mon Jan 29 15:05:35 2007
pctest at virt1.tld pctest
pctest-admin at virt1.tld pctest-admin
pctest-bounces at virt1.tld pctest-bounces
pctest-confirm at virt1.tld pctest-confirm
pctest-join at virt1.tld pctest-join
pctest-leave at virt1.tld pctest-leave
pctest-owner at virt1.tld pctest-owner
pctest-request at virt1.tld pctest-request
pctest-subscribe at virt1.tld pctest-subscribe
pctest-unsubscribe at virt1.tld pctest-unsubscribe
# STANZA END: pctest
# Put YOUR site-specific settings below this line.
$SMTPHOST = virt1.tld
DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = 'virt1.tld'
DEFAULT_URL_HOST = 'virt1.tld'
IMAGE_LOGOS = '/icons/'
MTA = 'Postfix'
POSTFIX_STYLE_VIRTUAL_DOMAINS = ['virt1.tld']
recipient_delimiter = +
unknown_local_recipient_reject_code = 550
virtual_alias_maps = mysql:/usr/local/etc/postfix/mysql_virtual_alias_maps.cf, hash:/usr/local/mailman/data/virtual-mailman
(nothing MM specific)
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