[Mailman-Users] Postfix & Mailman not playing well together
mark at msapiro.net
Mon May 23 20:41:29 CEST 2011
Mark Sapiro wrote:
>Michael Soh wrote:
>>Thanks Mark and Geoff for your help. The fix did work. However, now trying
>>to use mailman in my virtual domain is proving problematic.
>>I removed the previous epicfail at lists.mikesoh.com and created
>>epicfail at linuslive.com. The output of the maillog is:
>>May 23 14:06:35 hotdog postfix/qmgr: D897D518820E: from=<
>>michael.c.soh at gmail.com>, size=1996, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
>>May 23 14:06:35 hotdog postfix/error: D897D518820E: to=<
>>epicfail at mikesoh.com>, orig_to=<epicfail at linuslive.com>, relay=none,
>>delay=0.73, delays=0.53/0.04/0/0.16, dsn=5.0.0, status=bounced (User unknown
>>in virtual alias table)
>What's in mm_cfg.py?
>In particular, is 'linuslive.com' in POSTFIX_STYLE_VIRTUAL_DOMAINS and
>in an add_virtualhost() directive.
On closer inspection, Those aren't the appropriate questions. It
appears the problem may be in Postfix.
It looks like epicfail at linuslive.com is being mapped to
epicfail at mikesoh.com by virtual_alias_maps, but mikesoh.com is in turn
a virtual domain (i.e. in virtual_alias_domains).
It looks like mydomain is set to mikesoh.com because it defaults
myhostname with the first component removed. You either want to set
mydomain explicitly to some domain in mydestination or if your Mailman
is recent enought to support it, set
VIRTUAL_MAILMAN_LOCAL_DOMAIN = 'localhost'
in mm_cfg.py and run Mailman's bin/genaliases to rebuild
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