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How does mailman tie in with my current mail server? How does my mail
server know to send the email to the mailman ?

And, I can't create new lists from the web interface. Never accepts my
password.

-Jim

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  • Richard Barrett at Jun 6, 2003 at 6:36 am

    At 15:53 05/06/2003, Jim Burnett wrote:
    How does mailman tie in with my current mail server? How does my mail
    server know to send the email to the mailman ?
    Usually the mail alias definitions output by the list creation process do
    the job. You must have an MTA such as Sendmail or Postfix running on your
    Mailman server. The mail alias definitions refer to a Mailman delivery
    script to be run by the MTA on your Mailman server when it has incoming
    email for one of a list's aliases.
    And, I can't create new lists from the web interface. Never accepts my
    password.
    Assuming you are running MM 2.1.x

    Are you using the MM site password or did you define a list creation
    password by $prefix/bin/mmsitepass with the -c option and use that?
    -Jim
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