[Mailman-Users] Mailman list sends but doesn't receive mail.

JRC Groups joemailgroups at gmail.com
Wed Dec 15 07:30:54 CET 2010


Thank you for your help and suggestions. I have researched your
recommendations and am now learning about the specific commands you


On 12/8/10 4:05 PM, "Larry Stone" <lstone19 at stonejongleux.com> wrote:

> On 12/8/10 2:01 PM, JRC Groups at joemailgroups at gmail.com wrote:
>> Is there a simpler way than Terminal (command line) to edit these files and
>> then resave them ? Something along the lines of a text editor. Or do I need
>> to use Terminal to do it ?
>> In this case, if Terminal is necessary, can you guide on how to take a step
>> by step approach to getting it done ? I have never edited a file (specially
>> a system file) in Terminal before and don't know how to go about it.
> This is somewhat off-topic for the Mailman list but if you want to do any
> sort of advanced system administration on a Macintosh, you need, IMHO, to be
> familiar with Unix shell commands and related utility. The Mac OS X Terminal
> program just creates a shell process and window where you then execute shell
> commands. 
> At a minimum, you need to be familiar with certain basic commands like ls
> (directory) and commands for creating (touch among others), renaming/MoVing
> (mv), and deleting/ReMoving (rm) files and directories (mkdir, mv, and rmdir
> respectively). You also need to be familiar with one of the standard text
> editors (vi or emacs) as well as commands for dealing with file ownership
> (chown) and permissions (chmod).

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