[Mailman-Users] Sendmail and apache on Different Servers
mark at msapiro.net
Fri Feb 20 05:27:07 CET 2015
On 02/19/2015 03:00 AM, John McIntyre wrote:
> The problem is that there is already a www and mx server, and my router
> forwards all traffic on ports 80, 443, 25 and 143 to those two servers.
> So how do I get the new mailman server to talk to the outside world?
> I'm guessing that apache can proxy for the mailman server, but what about
Stephen has already given good info and I cant add any more detail about
that except to say that you might be able to relay in sendmail on the
main MX via either aliases or a 'relay domain', but I don't know exactly
how to configure it.
There is another approach which is to use NFS or something similar to
share files between hosts. The web server would need to share all of
$prefix/Mailman and all of $var_prefix. The MTA would need only the
$prefix/mail/mailman wrapper and $var_prefix/qfiles, but proxying and
mail relaying might actually be simpler.
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