Julian Kippels | 24 Jun 11:44 2016
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Number of Recipients

Hi,

I have a question regarding the number of recipients per mail. If I have
a list with 50 entries, does mailman send one mail with 50 recipients,
or 50 mails with one recipient each?

Thanks,
Julian
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Christopher A Puchalski | 23 Jun 20:42 2016

NotAMemberError on Subscribe


I see several mentions of the NotAMemberError happening on unsubscribe but
I am getting it when adding a member to a list. In my case we had a list of
people that just one person was an issue. As it turned out that particular
person's email address was a misspelled version of someone that is already
a member of other lists. For the sake of example we can call that person's
correct email is wwwrong <at> domain.com which takes fine and is already an
established user. When you try to add wwrong <at> domain.com the error comes up.
I have been unable to duplicate except that one exact example and another
slight misspelling. Thanks for any help that I can get in advance.

Christopher Puchalski
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Dave Nathanson | 23 Jun 08:04 2016

Making a Case for Upgrading MailMan from 2.1.17

I'd like some help in making a case to convince my hosting company to upgrade from Mailman 2.1.17. 

I run several email lists for clubs, these are discussion lists that get up to 20 messages per day, and
include up to 150 members. Replies are directed back to the list. 

My primary issue with MM 2.1.17 is about list messages from members who don't have their human names
configured into their email clients, resulting in a list message from an unknown. It is just from "via
listname <listname <at> example.com>" 
Since I'm still stuck on 2.1.17. I don't know what I am missing in the newer versions. I just know that it's
been over 2 years since 2.1.17 which has an annoying omission due the the whole DEMARC thing. 

What are the advantages of upgrading beyond 2.1.17? 
How best to make a good case to convince them to upgrade their MailMan?
What version should I ask for? 

Thanks! 
 Dave Nathanson
 Mac Medix

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Scott Thompson | 21 Jun 18:59 2016
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Implicit Destination

Hello all.

How do I allow these through so I dont have to keep approving them?  
This is the email I get with pending requests:

Cause: Message has implicit destination

I want to allow those through automatically.

Thanks!

Scott

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Steve Wehr | 22 Jun 16:53 2016

mailman not respecting /etc/postfix/transport ???

I have about 100 mailing lists all using the domain name tunedinweb.com. All
the commands to subscribe, etc, come to something <at> tunedinweb.com which come
to my server and are processed by mailman. 

But I also have real email boxes  <at> tunedinweb.com. Those are hosted off my
server. So in order to make both mailman and my email work I have postfix
configured with tunedinweb.com listed in the mydomains file, but have setup
a transport file to tell postfix to redirect any email for
something <at> tunedinweb.com to the server where that email is hosted. With
lines in transport that look like this:

steve <at> tunedinweb.com            smtp:mx.emailsrvr.com

stevew <at> tunedinweb.com           smtp:mx.emailsrvr.com

This is all working fine.

The issue is that my email address steve <at> tunedinweb.com is also a member of
several mailing lists. When mailman tries to send to steve <at> tunedinweb.com I
see this error message in the postfix log /var/log/maillog:

Jun  6 17:02:08 166941-web1 postfix/smtpd[25836]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from
localhost[127.0.0.1]: 550 5.1.1 <steve <at> tunedinweb.com>: Recipient address
rejected: User unknown in local recipient table;
from=<tunedin-temp-bounces+steve=tunedinweb.com <at> tunedinweb.com>
to=<steve <at> tunedinweb.com> proto=ESMTP helo=<166941-web1.tunedinweb.com>

So it seems that mailman is not respecting the /etc/postfix transport file
settings. I want mailman to send mail for those addresses specified in the
transport file to the server where that email is hosted. 
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John Poltorak | 21 Jun 13:08 2016
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Integrating Mailman with Sendmail on FreeBSD

I have now managed to setup Mailman, have created a list, imported old
messages and can view the archives online. Icons still don't show up but
that is just cosmetic so not that urgent.

What I need to do now is integrate Mailman with Sendmail. I'm not yet sure
if Sendmail is fully configured, but at least it can send out mail, so
people should at least be able to subscribe.

I have read a few guides to setting up Mailman with Sendmail, but there
seem to be a few ways to do this, so I'd like some advice on the best way
of doing it.
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Billy Humphreys | 18 Jun 22:31 2016

Re: 401 Unauthorized

I'm trying to login as list admin; pokeacer <at> riiconnect24.net and my list
password, at https://lists.riiconnect24.net/admin AND the link given in
the email sent. I've also tried root, and site admin stuff (even though
there's no username for it that I've found). Webserver isn't asking for
auth; the v-host doesn't even ask.

On 18/06/2016 19:52, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> On 06/18/2016 10:53 AM, Billy Humphreys wrote:
>> I cant login to my Mailman list; it says 401 Unauthorized even when I
>> auth the correct email and password.
> Are you trying to log in as a list member, moderator or admin?
>
> Only the user options page and private archives ask for email address
> and they want a member address and password although the list admin
> password will work.
>
> None of these login pages display "401 Unauthorized" upon failure. They
> do return a 401 status header, but the page content is just the login
> page with an error message like "Authorization failed."
>
> So what exactly is asking for your user/password? Is it a mailman page
> or perhaps the web server's http auth or something else?
>
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Billy Humphreys | 18 Jun 19:53 2016

401 Unauthorized on login

Hey group,

I cant login to my Mailman list; it says 401 Unauthorized even when I
auth the correct email and password.

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Bill | 17 Jun 21:16 2016

Mailman3 administration

Hi,

I'm looking for some information on Mailman3 administration. I've found 
that it's not yet packaged by any of the common Linux distros - Debian, 
Ubuntu, Mint, RedHat, Centos, Fedora, Suse, Arch etc so I have some 
concerns about the amount of upkeep that running Mailman3 will entail.

I know that Mailman2 is available as a package on the above distros, but 
we would really like to take advantage of the kludge-free, virtual 
domains feature on Mailman3.

I've been asked by a local non-profit provider to assist them in moving 
their 200+ mailing lists from an outdated Sympa list server to 
Debian8/Postfix/Mailman. One of their chief concerns is the amount of 
extra administration, over and above normal list administration, that 
Mailman3 will require in the form of manual updates and maintenance.

We are in the evaluation and design stage right now, but could use any 
pertinent advice about supportive distros, available packages, the 
amount of extra administration involved or perhaps, in a worst case 
scenario, alternate list managers supporting a virtual domains feature 
similar to Mailman3.

Thanks for your help,

Bill McGrath
President, Vancouver Linux Users Group
https://vanlug.bc.ca
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Jason Fayre | 18 Jun 03:36 2016

mail cron jobs not running

Hello,
I administer a server that is running cPanel. The version of Mailman on 
the server is 2.1.20. We're having an issue where the mailman cron jobs 
don't seem to be running. Everything was working until cPanel did a 
reinstall of mailman. Specifically, the daily digests aren't going out. 
Everything in the crontab looks right. We do have one cron job that is 
throwing an error, but that is for root, not the mailman user.
If I run the senddigest script manually, everything works.
Any ideas

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Fabian Santiago | 17 Jun 20:39 2016

Having searchable archives

Hello,

What is the current best way of implementing searchable archives hosted
directly by my own server? Thanks.

I've come across:
https://wiki.list.org/DOC/How%20do%20I%20make%20the%20archives%20searchable

but the info there seems outdated. Ht://dig won't even ./configure on my
centos 7.2.x box.

- Fabian S.

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