[Mailman-Users] How to unshunt?

Ulf Dunkel dunkel at calamus.net
Tue May 26 09:18:05 CEST 2009

Hello Mark.

> It should be. I am now out of ideas as to why bash would report
> $ /var/lib/mailman/bin/unshunt
> $ -bash: unshunt: command not known
> Although that doesn't seem to be an exact copy/paste of the command and
> response.

The litteral console output was:

----- snip -----
calamus:~# cd /var/lib/mailman/bin/
calamus:/var/lib/mailman/bin# unshunt
-bash: unshunt: command not found
----- snap -----

>> ----- snip -----
>> 2009-05-25 17:56:38 H=localhost (calamus.calamus.net) [] 
>> F=<udo_discussion-bounces at lists.udo-open-source.org> temporarily 
>> rejected RCPT <udo-discussion-owner at lists.udo-open-source.org>: remote 
>> host address is the local host
>> ----- snap -----
>> I have really NO IDEA what this means and how I can fix it. ;-)
>> Both domains (calamus.net and udo-open-source.org) are on my server.
> This is an exim configuration question.
> <http://www.exim.org/howto/mailman21.html> may help.
> Is lists.udo-open-source.org in the "domainlist local_domains" list in
> exim.conf?

Oh, it was only defined in Apache's virtual domains. Thank you for 
pointing me to this. I fixed it now.

>> PS: By the way: Checking the .pck contents, I see much SPAM stuff. Would 
>> it be okay to simply delete those .pck files and concentrate on my own 
>> messages in both the /retry/ and /shunt/ folders?
> Yes. Just delete them.

Everything seems to run fine again. Thanks a bunch.


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