Richard Haas wrote:
I'm installing mailman 2.1.14 onto an Ubuntu server that previously had
mailman 2.1.13 installed, and it looks like the 2.1.13 install left some
virtual domain artifacts behind, namely:

/etc/postfix/transport, containing:

[my system's hostname] mailman:

... and the usual postifix transport lines in master.cf:

mailman unix - n n - - pipe
flags=FR user=list argv=/usr/local/mailman/bin/postfix-to-mailman.py
${nexthop} ${user}

I currently have no need for virtual domains, but was wondering:

- Is there any advantage besides being able to trivially enable virtual
domains, to maintaining a separate transport for mailman?

<http://www.gurulabs.com/downloads/postfix-to-mailman-2.1.py> is a
third party script officially unsupported by the GNU Mailman project.
It is used by Debian/Ubuntu and they may or may not provide support
for its use.

It isn't virtual domain support per se. It is designed to be used where
all Mailman lists on a server are in a single domain (often
lists.example.com) that has few if any local user addresses.

- What is the default transport that should be used by mailman 2.1.14 if
no virtual domains are needed -- smtp?

Postfix local delivery together with aliases, the generation of which
can be automated. See

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