[Mailman-Users] new user

Phillip Waters muddy at muddys.org
Sun May 13 16:12:24 EDT 2018

There is an option within cpanel to delete a mailing list. I selected 
it, it asked if I was sure, I said yes and it was gone.

------ Original Message ------
From: "Mark Sapiro" <mark at msapiro.net>
To: mailman-users at python.org
Sent: 5/13/2018 8:52:23 AM
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] new user

>On 5/12/18 3:32 AM, Phillip Waters wrote:
>>I have three separate domains all hosted by the same company. I 
>>a private mailing list for one of my domains as a test to try and see 
>>it was something I could use. Turn out it is something I want to use. 
>>deleted that list and tried to start over.
>How did you delete it?
>>However, On the main page for Cpanel it shows the list is still there:
>>Mailing Lists
>>1 / ∞
>>When in fact it isn't. I want to re-create that list with the same 
>This seems to be a cPanel issue. Please see
>>however, when I tried to create the list again I get the following 
>>Failed to create the mailing list “d4 at XXXXXX.org”: The requested 
>>list address, “d4 at XXXXXX.org”, conflicts with the forwarder
>>d4 at XXXXXX.org <mailto:dist4 at gaafg.org> <mailto:dist4 at gaafg.org>
>><mailto:dist4 at gaafg.org>”. To create a mailing list named
>>d4 at XXXXXX.org”, you must first delete the forwarder that conflicts 
>>that name. <mailto:dist4 at gaafg.org>
>>My problem is I can't find where it is being forwarded. Can someone 
>>me figure out where my problem lies? No forwards are listed anywhere
>>that I can see.
>cPanel typically uses Exim which uses 'routers'.
>If you have access to the file sistem, look in the directory
>/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/lists/. If there is a d4_gaafg.org
>(or is it dist4_gaafg.org) sub-directory, remove it.
>Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net>        The highway is for gamblers,
>San Francisco Bay Area, California    better use your sense - B. Dylan
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