[Mailman-Users] User unknown error on gentoo

Alexander alex at spottedmouse.com
Thu Mar 8 03:41:54 EST 2018

Thanks. this resolved my problem

On 08/03/2018 15:48, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> On 03/07/2018 11:34 PM, Alexander wrote:
>> On 08/03/2018 13:53, Mark Sapiro wrote:> On 03/07/2018 09:26 PM,
>>> as well as a sample of the content of
>> /var/lib/mailman/data/virtual-mailman# STANZA START: mailman
>> # CREATED: Thu Feb 22 22:07:59 2018
>> mailman at XXX.com              mailman at XXX.com
>> mailman-admin at XXX.com        mailman-admin at XXX.com
>> mailman-bounces at XXX.com      mailman-bounces at XXX.com
>> mailman-confirm at XXX.com      mailman-confirm at XXX.com
>> mailman-join at XXX.com         mailman-join at XXX.com
>> mailman-leave at XXX.com        mailman-leave at XXX.com
>> mailman-owner at XXX.com        mailman-owner at XXX.com
>> mailman-request at XXX.com      mailman-request at XXX.com
>> mailman-subscribe at XXX.com    mailman-subscribe at XXX.com
>> mailman-unsubscribe at XXX.com  mailman-unsubscribe at XXX.com
>> # STANZA END: mailman
>> # STANZA START: 704staff
>> # CREATED: Thu Feb 22 22:07:59 2018
>> 704staff at XXX.com              704staff at XXX.com
>> 704staff-admin at XXX.com        704staff-admin at XXX.com
>> 704staff-bounces at XXX.com      704staff-bounces at XXX.com
>> 704staff-confirm at XXX.com      704staff-confirm at XXX.com
>> 704staff-join at XXX.com         704staff-join at XXX.com
>> 704staff-leave at XXX.com        704staff-leave at XXX.com.
>> 704staff-owner at XXX.com        704staff-owner at XXX.com
>> 704staff-request at XXX.com      704staff-request at XXX.com
>> 704staff-subscribe at XXX.com    704staff-subscribe at XXX.com
>> 704staff-unsubscribe at XXX.com  704staff-unsubscribe at XXX.com
>> # STANZA END: 704staff
> I think this is the issue. It appears you have set
> in mm_cfg.py. This is wrong. It is usually OK to not set this in
> mm_cfg.py and leave it at the default None, but if you have to set it,
> you need to set it to something in mydestination such as 'localhost'.
> I.e. it MUST be a local domain, not a virtual domain.

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