[Mailman-Users] exim says 'unrouteable' on new list
rl6 at shinyblue.net
Sun Aug 7 00:57:22 CEST 2011
I have exim4 and mailman running successfully on my server. I have a
working list that runs at somelistname at artfulrobot.com and a working web
admin iface. All good.
But now I want to set up a new list under a subdomain for another
client. This list name does not clash with my other list, and it is does
not clash with a username on the server.
I set it up with this command
$ newlist -e maybe.artfulrobot.com -u artfulrobot.com community
I used the web iface to mass subscribe my own email address, and I got a
"welcome" message. But when I try to send to the list, it bounces back.
Nb. I can email someotheruser at maybe.artfulrobot.com and receive it at
someotheruser's normal user account.
I looked at the output from this command:
$ exim4 -d -bt community at maybe.artfulrobot.com
to see why it was failing. Output below.
Basically, it seems that mm has not registered
community at maybe.artfulrobot.com in data/virtual-mailman.
I've read lots of postings, docs etc. but gotten nowhere. I've tried
fiddling with /etc/mailman/mm_cfg.py, adding things like:
MTA=None (and MTA='None')
POSTFIX_STYLE_VIRTUAL_DOMAINS = [ 'artfulrobot.com',
Each change I've restarted MM. Tried and got the unrouteable error again.
Can anyone help?! thanks...
--------> mailman_router router <--------
cached yes match for +local_domains
cached lookup data = NULL
maybe.artfulrobot.com in "+local_domains"? yes (matched "+local_domains"
file check: /var/lib/mailman/lists/$local_part/config.pck
expanded file: /var/lib/mailman/lists/community/config.pck
stat() yielded 0
search_open: lsearch "/var/lib/mailman/data/virtual-mailman"
key="community at maybe.artfulrobot.com" partial=-1 affix=NULL starflags=0
type=lsearch key="community at maybe.artfulrobot.com"
file lookup required for community at maybe.artfulrobot.com
mailman_router router skipped: condition failure
no more routers
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Exim pid=2959 terminating with rc=2 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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