[Mailman-Users] Configuring mailman to send email via another port (not port 25)
spyropolymiadis at kromestudios.com
Wed Jan 16 15:16:44 CET 2008
Awesome, did the trick exactly :)
From: Brad Knowles [mailto:brad at shub-internet.org]
Sent: Wednesday, 16 January 2008 6:24 PM
To: Spyro Polymiadis; mailman-users at python.org
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Configuring mailman to send email via another port (not port 25)
On 1/16/08, Spyro Polymiadis wrote:
> Is there a way to configure mailman to not send mail to lists members via
> the default SMTP port?
> Can I force it to use a second smtp port on the mail server, ie port 2500
> for instance?
# SMTP host and port, when DELIVERY_MODULE is 'SMTPDirect'. Make sure the
# host exists and is resolvable (i.e., if it's the default of "localhost" be
# sure there's a localhost entry in your /etc/hosts file!)
SMTPHOST = 'localhost'
SMTPPORT = 0 # default from smtplib
Of course, if you want to make any changes to use alternative
hostnames or ports, you'd make those in your mm_cfg.py file and then
Take a long look through this file. There's lots of good stuff here.
Consider this file to be part of the documentation you should be
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