Brian Oliver wrote:
I think I can sell the virtual domain capabilities to my client. Any
pointers out there to help get me started? Also, will implementing this
pose great risk on breaking my existing mailman configurable (meaning
can I break the entire server by trying to implement this)?
The Mailman part of it is very simple and easily reversed.
In Defaults.py you have
DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = 'www.example.com'
DEFAULT_URL_HOST = 'mail.example.com'
where the domains are yours or ??
There is also a
# Virtual domains
section which you should read and which contains
Those lines may be repeated in mm_cfg.py with the same or different
The sole change to Mailman is to add
to mm_cfg.py where the actual domain names are those of the second
You will also need to set up the web server and MTA for the second
Then you can create lists in the second domain with bin/newlist (see
bin/newlist --help) or by visiting the mailman/create page from the
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