[Mailman-Users] Messages not getting to mailman
mark at msapiro.net
Fri Oct 14 02:20:58 CEST 2011
>When I send messages to mailman, they don't seem to be received by it
>and don't end up in the archives.
>One example from syslog:
>Oct 13 08:00:08 techessentials postfix/smtpd: 5819914DC14:
>Oct 13 08:00:08 techessentials postfix/cleanup: 5819914DC14:
>message-id=<mailman.0.1318510802.18540.openglobe-l at lists.techessentials.org>
This is a Mailman generated notice of some kind. I can tell from the
>Oct 13 08:00:08 techessentials postfix/smtpd: disconnect from
>Oct 13 08:00:08 techessentials postfix/qmgr: 5819914DC14:
>from=<openglobe-l-bounces at lists.techessentials.org>, size=2245,
>nrcpt=1 (queue active)Oct 13 08:00:08 techessentials
>postfix/smtpd: disconnect from localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1]
>Oct 13 08:00:09 techessentials postfix/pipe: 5819914DC14:
>to=<openglobe-l-owner at lists.techessentials.org>, relay=mailman,
>delay=0.83, delays=0.18/0.02/0/0.63, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered
>via mailman service)
>Oct 13 08:00:09 techessentials postfix/qmgr: 5819914DC14: removed
And it was delivered by a 'mailman' transport (most likely the
officially unsupported by the GNU Mailman project, third party,
postfix-to-mailman.py from a Debian/Ubuntu package) to
openglobe-l-owner at lists.techessentials.org. It should have then been
received by Mailman and resent as a separate message to the list's
owners and moderators.
The above message was not a post to the
openglobe-l at lists.techessentials.org list, although it may have been
precipitated by a post.
>How can I fix this?
Please see the FAQs at <http://wiki.list.org/x/OIDD> and
>Note: I'm not subscribed to the list, so please keep me CC'd.
Please read the entire "About Mailman-Users" section of the listinfo
page at <http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/mailman-users>
including the paragraph that begins "This mailing list is closed to
postings from non-subscribers."
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