[Mailman-Users] Not receiving anything, debugging
mark at msapiro.net
Thu Oct 9 17:56:29 CEST 2008
ke-mailman at retriever.dyndns.org wrote:
>On Wed, Oct 08, 2008 at 08:06:14AM -0700, Mark Sapiro wrote:
>> You can set up exim so it doesn't need aliases for Mailman. See
>Ya, I ran into that several times, but it appears to require
>2 hostnames pointing at the same host. If that's not the case,
>that'd be great, but then how does exim distinguish these
>mailing list names ?
It doesn't require two host names. Perhaps you are confused by the
reference to DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST and DEFAULT_URL_HOST. These are
settings in your current Mailman. They may or may not be the same
names. DEFAULT_URL_HOST is the host name in the URLs for the Mailman
web interface, and DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST is the domain for Mailman email.
The mailman_router definition includes
require_files = MM_LISTCHK
This says that the mailman_router and associated mailman_transport are
only used to deliver mail to list at ... (or list-admin at ... etc.) if the
file M_HOME/lists/list/config.pck exists which will be true if and
only if 'list' is a mailman list.
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