[Mailman-Users] VIrtual_Mailman_Local_Domain ( was Re: Invitationorsubscription on behalf list-owner)
syafril at dutaint.co.id
Mon Sep 12 02:41:44 CEST 2011
On 09/10/2011 01:01 AM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> I don't see how this is possible. If you run bin/genaliases, it should
> recreate data/aliases and data/virtual-mailman (and the associated .db
> files) from empty, and if VIRTUAL_MAILMAN_LOCAL_DOMAIN = None, there
> should be no "@domain" on the right hand side of any of the entries.
> It should not be possible that the mailman-loop addresses are
> unqualified and list addresses are qualified immediately after running
> Do you possibly have more that one data/ directory, e.g.,
> /usr/lib/mailman/data/ as well as /var/lib/mailman/data/?
Oops my fault, I still use my old setting.
After revert back to default setting I got
# LOOP ADDRESSES START
mailman-loop at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-loop
mailman-loop at list.dutaint.com mailman-loop
# LOOP ADDRESSES END
# STANZA START: mailman
# CREATED: Fri Sep 9 21:31:17 2011
mailman at dip13.dutaint.com mailman
mailman-admin at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-admin
mailman-bounces at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-bounces
mailman-confirm at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-confirm
mailman-join at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-join
mailman-leave at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-leave
mailman-owner at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-owner
mailman-request at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-request
mailman-subscribe at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-subscribe
mailman-unsubscribe at dip13.dutaint.com mailman-unsubscribe
# STANZA END: mailman
# STANZA START: mylist
# CREATED: Sun Sep 11 00:06:33 2011
mylist at list.dutaint.com mylist
mylist-admin at list.dutaint.com mylist-admin
mylist-bounces at list.dutaint.com mylist-bounces
mylist-confirm at list.dutaint.com mylist-confirm
mylist-join at list.dutaint.com mylist-join
mylist-leave at list.dutaint.com mylist-leave
mylist-owner at list.dutaint.com mylist-owner
mylist-request at list.dutaint.com mylist-request
mylist-subscribe at list.dutaint.com mylist-subscribe
mylist-unsubscribe at list.dutaint.com mylist-unsubscribe
# STANZA END: mylist
And the list working fine as it should.
> I also note that the timestamp on the mailman list above is "Fri Sep 9
> 20:55:34 2011" while that on the mylist list in virtual-mailman is
> "Tue Sep 6 12:54:05 2011". This is additional evidence that the
> data/virtual-mailman you are looking at above is not the one updated
> by genaliases.
Yeah, another fault from me, sorry.
I start compose reply before rebuilt my postfix (I need it to solved
problem with postfix log not update), and continue after rebuilt the
postfix (and mailman).
>> this kind of aliases makes posting not working, the error said
>> DBB8E2C238A 3104 Fri Sep 9 17:26:32 syafril at dutaint.co.id
>> (user unknown)
>> |/var/lib/mailman/mail/mailman post mailman"@dip13.dutaint.com
>> as you see there is "@dip13.dutaint.com appended
I found the source of this problem, it is because I put in postfix's main.cf
virtual_alias_maps = hash:/var/lib/mailman/data/virtual-mailman
but after commented it out, and keep
alias_maps = hash:/etc/aliases,
It's working fine.
>>> VIRTUAL_MAILMAN_LOCAL_DOMAIN = ['list.example.com',
>>> 'others.domain.com', etc.domain.com]
>> Still no go.
> Of course it doesn't work. You left out the next line of my statement
> above, namely "It would make no sense."
Ups, OK then :-)
>> BTW. What is the purpose of DEB_LISTMASTER?
> Please see the FAQ at <http://wiki.list.org/x/OIDD>.
> Please note that postfix_to_mailman.py is a third party module
> officially unsupported by the GNU Mailman project. Further, it is an
> alternative to delivery via virtual alias maps and aliases and the two
> methods are incompatible.
Ok, thanks for the explanation.
> I am completely lost in trying to understand your configuration, To
> help further, I would need to see the complete contents of mm_cfg.py
> and the output from 'postconf -n'. Then I will undoubtedly have
> additional questions.
Sorry to make you confused, my apologies.
My mailman now working fine, I can add any new list without problems.
Thanks for your help.
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