[Mailman-Users] Group mismatch error (mail wrapper script)

Rosenbaum, Larry M. rosenbaumlm at ornl.gov
Tue Feb 28 18:12:33 CET 2012

> From: Mark Sapiro [mailto:mark at msapiro.net]
> Rosenbaum, Larry M. wrote:
> >#5.3.0 x-unix; Group mismatch error. Mailman expected the mail wrapper
> script to be executed as one of the following groups: [mail, postfix,
> mailman, nobody, daemon], but the system's mail server executed the mail
> script as group: "users". Try tweaking the mail server to run the script
> as one of these groups: [mail, postfix, mailman, nobody, daemon], or re-
> run configure providing the command line option: '--with-mail-gid=users'.>
> >
> >Where do I need to look for the error?
> >
> >Running Mailman 2.1.14 on RHEL6 with Postfix.
> With Postfix, assuming you are using aliases, Postfix invokes the
> delivery pipe as the user (and that user's primary group) who owns the
> aliases.db file in which the alias was found.
> If you have the recommended Postfix-Mailman integration, and RHEL file
> locations, this means /etc/mailman/aliases.db should be owned by
> 'mailman'

Thanks for the information.  "check_perms -f" fixed it.

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