[Mailman-Users] Hosted mail vs Mailman

Grant Taylor gtaylor at riverviewtech.net
Fri Mar 20 16:59:11 CET 2009

On 03/20/09 10:50, Brian Carpenter wrote:
> Mailman requires a unique host name and the list address, which is an 
> e-mail address that is used by Mailman, uses this unique host name. 
> So you cannot use domainexample.com for e-mail on one server and 
> mailman on another server. However you can use a sub-domain with 
> mailman such as list.domainexample.com and have your hosting provider 
> or domain registrant create an A record for the sub-domain and point 
> it to the mailman server. We do this all the time for our own mailman 
> clients.

I completely agree if you are wanting to use SMTP to deliver directly to 
the host running Mailman.

However as the OP indicated, he can't run an SMTP server on his Mailman 

> You might want to check our mailman services out at 
> http://emwd.com/mailman.html if you are interested in this type of 
> setup.


Using a ""hosted Mailman is an option too.

Grant. . . .

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