[Mailman-Users] host.domain.tld vs. domain.tld
dnewman at networktest.com
Sat Jan 16 23:57:14 CET 2010
On 1/16/10 11:11 AM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> David Newman wrote:
>> For clarification, which form do I want in mydestination?
>> localhost at local_domain (as you wrote)
>> localhost.$mydomain (as formerly in main.cf)
>> I think you mean the latter, but just checking.
> What I actually suggest is reverting to your original main.cf (i.e.
> remove the "mydomain = domain.tld" that you added and restore
> "mydestination = $myhostname, localhost.$mydomain, localhost" except
> just add domain.tld to mydestination as in
> mydestination = $myhostname, localhost.$mydomain, localhost
OK, will do. I forget postfix syntax for lists, but if this all were on
one line, there'd be a comma between "localhost" and "domain.tld", yes?
>>> Was myhostname different on the old server?
>> No. Both old and new systems use the same hostname.
> As reported by "uname -n"?
Yes. I moved all Postfix and Mailman (and Dovecot and MySQL) configs
from the old server to the new, and only changed a DNS A record to point
to the new machine.
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