|| at Nov 11, 2002 at 4:07 pm
What OS are running on? If Linux, what distribution and version number?
If Red Hat then you are using smrsh and you need to setup wrapper so
that it is defined/allowed by smrsh:
ln -s ~mailman/mail/wrapper wrapper
Also, check out the Mailman FAQ, entry 3.14:http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/faqw-mm.py?req=show&file=faq03.014.htp
I've tried to compile in one spot all the various problems/solutions for
Mail not going out to the list - at least the solutions that have come
across the list in the past two months.
Good Luck - Jon Carnes
On Mon, 2002-11-11 at 05:58, David Gordon wrote:
I've now got the Mailman web interface up and working for my first list.
However sending a message to test-request at mydomain1.tld (to get help)
results in the following mail error
Recipient "test-request at mydomain1.tld refused
5.7.1 <test-request at mydomain1.tld> ... Cannot
mail directly to programs
According to the Sendmail FAQs at <http://www.sendmail.org/faq/section3.html
Q3.11 -- Why can't my users forward their mail to a program?
" If you are willing to let users run programs from their .forward file
even though they cannot telnet or rsh in (as might be reasonable if you
run smrsh to control the list of programs they can run) then add the line:
to /etc/shells. "
Er, can I/should I do that then? Or is there another/better/safer/correct
way to do this?
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