[Mailman-Users] Migrate from Lyris to Mailman
cook_se at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 29 16:59:02 CEST 2013
Yes, oldserver will only be a web server, so all mail can be forwarded to the new server.
In brief, it looks I should:
1) Forward all mail from oldserver.mydomain.com to newserver.mydomain.com using an MX record or an SMTP forward on oldserver.mydomain.com
2) Create a Postfix virtual domain on newserver.mydomain.com for oldserver.mydomain.com
3) Change the new Lists' email domain to oldserver by modifying the host_name attribute on the web admin General Options page.
Does that seem about right? My understanding is a bit foggy when it comes to virtual domains, virtual mailboxes & virtual hosts in Postfix. From what I've read, virtual domain seems to be the route I need to go.
> From: stephen at xemacs.org
> To: cook_se at hotmail.com
> CC: mailman-users at python.org
> Subject: [Mailman-Users] Migrate from Lyris to Mailman
> Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2013 12:55:13 +0900
> Stephen Cook writes:
>> I've been asked to migrate the mailing lists from Lyris Listmanager
>> running on Windows 2003 to Mailman on Red Hat Enterprise.
>> ... requests to "http://oldserver.mydomain.com" should go the the
>> old Windows server, and "mylist at oldserver.mydomain.com" should go
>> to the new server.
> There are several ways to do this, with different advantages and
> disadvantages. None of them are Mailman questions, though.
> You need to specify what is happening to the rest of various services
> to get good advice. Is *all* mail received by oldserver moving to
> newserver? Will oldserver be providing any services other than the
> webserver? Especially mail, but not limited to mail.
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