[Mailman-Users] Some recipients not receiving messages?
raj at mischievous.us
Mon Jul 10 13:22:33 EDT 2017
Thanks for the reply!. With --regular & --nomail=enabled, it does, indeed, show 41. The 40 most certainly comes from times when someone includes an address already on the list, as you said.
I have been trying to get MTA log info from MacOS Sierra, but haven't gotten that working. It always worked previously, but Apple changed a lot of the logging in the latest OS and it doesn't log anything like it did previously. I'll continue to work on it. I was just hoping maybe I could get the info from mailman in the meantime.
Thanks for the help!
(Sent from my iPad)
> On Jul 9, 2017, at 8:20 PM, Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
>> On 07/09/2017 10:08 AM, Richard Johnson wrote:
>> I'm not sure what's going on here. My mailing list has 47 recipients, yet when a message is sent to it, the "smtp" log sometimes says it's been delivered to 40 recipients and sometimes to 41 recipients. Questions:
>> (1) Why not "47" recipients, since that's the number on the list?
> People subscribed to digest, people with delivery disabled.
> What does Mailman's
> bin/list_members --regular --nomail=enabled | wc
> or just
> bin/list_members --regular --nomail=enabled
>> (2) Why sometimes "40" and sometimes "41"?
> Some posters may have 'not metoo' set. Some recipients may be directly
> addressed in To: or Cc: and have 'nodupes' set.
>> (3) Is there a way to see the entire list of recipients sent for each message received?
> You can find this by looking at the outgoing MTA's logs.
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