[Mailman-Users] Unable to receive email on same domain
mailinglist at samsi.us
Fri Aug 19 18:08:59 EDT 2016
Hmm … what I have implemented in Postfix are virtual domains such that
caesar at xyz.com <mailto:caesar at xyz.com> has a mailbox on yugi.us <http://yugi.us/> and yugi.us <http://yugi.us/> is the mail server for xyz.com <http://xyz.com/> domain
caesar at xyz.com <mailto:caesar at xyz.com> goes to yugi.us <http://yugi.us/> with IMAP to pick up mail.
Postfix implements the alias lookup with mysql tables, but in the case of @yugi.us <http://yugi.us/> addresses somehow it defers to the virtual_alias_domain
or it might just be a need to reverse the lookup order, i.e. to lookup aliases in virtual_alias_domains file last
I suppose this might be a Postfix virtual domain question vs. Mailman.
Thank you, Caesar.
> On Aug 17, 2016, at 10:57 PM, Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net <mailto:mark at msapiro.net>> wrote:
> On 08/12/2016 05:18 PM, Caesar Samsi wrote:
> Sometimes people are off line for long periods, in this case from Aug 5
> to now. Be patient.
> So yugi.us <http://yugi.us/> is a virtual alias domain. This means EVERY address @yugi.us <http://yugi.us/>
> must have a virtual alias mapping
> So you need a virtual alias mapping, perhaps something like
> myemailaddress at yugi.us <mailto:myemailaddress at yugi.us> myemailaddress at localhost
> and similarly for every other xxx at yugi.us <mailto:xxx at yugi.us> address, or perhaps you really
> want yugi.us <http://yugi.us/> to be a local rather than a virtual domain.
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>> Resurrecting this for the weekend crew …
>> I’ve been able to track it down to this line (but don’t know what to do about it):
>> virtual_alias_domains = yugi.us <http://yugi.us/> <http://yugi.us/ <http://yugi.us/>>
>> If I comment the line out, email is received just fine.
>>> On Aug 8, 2016, at 6:36 PM, Caesar Samsi <mailinglist at samsi.us <mailto:mailinglist at samsi.us> <mailto:mailinglist at samsi.us <mailto:mailinglist at samsi.us>>> wrote:
>>> I’m not able to send email to addresses on the same domain as the mailing list.
>>> My postfix is configured to process virtual domains.
>>> I currently have mailman configured for yugi.us <http://yugi.us/> and mailing lists work great (e.g. mymailinglist at yugi.us <mailto:mymailinglist at yugi.us>)
>>> However, I can’t send anything to regular email addresses even though they have mailboxes there e.g. myemailaddress at yugi.us <mailto:myemailaddress at yugi.us>
>>> Postfix complains about the recipient does not exist in the virtual alias map.
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