[Mailman-Users] Beginner questions
msapiro at value.net
Sun Sep 30 16:47:24 CEST 2007
Chris Arnold wrote:
>Mark Sapiro wrote:
>> However, can you forward to an address at an IP instead of a domain.
>> I.e. mail to listname at example.com goes to the main mail server and
>> gets forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org (or whatever the IP of the
>> Mailman machine is)? With some MTAs, you'd need to specifically allow
>> domain literals for this to work. I don't know if any incantation is
>> required for Postfix or what it would be.
>This did not let me use @192.168.x.x as it is complaining about the
>syntax (not a .whatever)
You have to put the IP in square brackets as I did in my example.
>I have gotten an answer from the zimbra forums on how to achieve this:
>In the section
> Configuring Zimbra as the Primary System
>I need to follow those steps for every email address that needs to be
>routed to the mailman system.
Yes, but that seems to be the correct solution as long as the mail
can't be routed to the mailman machine directly via DNS.
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