KevinChen | 20 Apr 10:05 2015
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User doesn't exist

HIļ¼Œall:  
       I installed the mailman on a debian x32 VPS.My MTA is postfix.The mailman running is successful. So, i
create a list name is mailman. This is list has two members. When i send mail to this list, i got an error.

Apr 20 07:55:27 xapz-server postfix/lmtp[16950]: CA079822E6: to=<|/var/lib/mailman/mail/mailman
post mainman <at> xapz.cn>, orig_to=<mainman <at> xapz.cn>, relay=mail.xapz.cn[private/dovecot-lmtp],
delay=1.1, delays=1.1/0.01/0/0.01, dsn=5.1.1, status=bounced (host
mail.xapz.cn[private/dovecot-lmtp] said: 550 5.1.1 <|/var/lib/mailman/mail/mailman post
mainman <at> xapz.cn> User doesn't exist: |/var/lib/mailman/mail/mailman post mainman <at> xapz.cn (in
reply to RCPT TO command))

mailman has two arguments post and mailman <at> xapz.cn, Did the list name without that domain?And how to
resolve this problem?

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Mark Sapiro | 19 Apr 17:12 2015
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Re: Port is closed

On 04/19/2015 02:23 AM, EyeLand wrote:
> control panel mailman http://vps1.ournet.biz/cgi-bin/mailman/admin/mailman

It works for me. What is your issue? That URL works and returns
Mailman's admin login page in Russian.

If you are still having a problem, the issue is either your particular
IP is being blocked by the server or it is somewhere in the route from
you to the server.

> root <at> vps1:~# netstat -L -n -t
> netstat: invalid option -- 'L'

Sorry, that should have been

 netstat -l -n -t

but that is no longer relevant as we have already determined that the
server is listening.

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Matthieu Berjon | 19 Apr 11:30 2015
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Issue with postfix-to-mailman.py (Command died with status 127)

Hello to all,

I met an issue in trying to set up Mailman. Here is the error message I 
get from postfix:

	Command died with status 127:
     		"/usr/local/mailman/postfix-to-mailman.py". Command
		output: env: python: No such file or directory

I have a working postfix server running (at least, that's what I believe 
as emails for user account works). When I sent a message a message to 
the list, postfix seems to manage correctly the email and doesn't 
complain about it.

My guess is that I probably missed something obvious or didn't 
understand something in the configuration.

What I'm using:

- FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE-p6
- Postfix 2.11.4,1
- Mailman 2.1.20

Here some outputs that maybe would help.

postconf -n

alias_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/aliases, hash:/usr/local/mailman/data/aliases
command_directory = /usr/local/sbin
config_directory = /usr/local/etc/postfix
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EyeLand | 18 Apr 20:51 2015
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Port is closed

Hello, on VPS port 80 is closed and I can not open control panel mailman,
how open port, can you consult? Thank you.
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Odhiambo Washington | 18 Apr 14:59 2015
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Downgrade from 2.2.0a2 -> 2.1.20

I am trying the above and I end up at:

<cut>
Downgrade detected, from version 0x20200a0 to version 0x20114f0
This is probably not safe.
Exiting.
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/home/wash/Tools/Mailman/2.1.20/mailman-2.1.20
</cut>

I hope there is a way around this?

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Thomas Gramstad | 13 Apr 20:11 2015
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Version number?

How can I find out what version number of Mailman I'm using?

Thomas Gramstad
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Devin Reade | 10 Apr 17:44 2015

force re-authentication in web UI

In the case where a list owner or moderator password has been 
compromised, or when performing a change of owner/moderator, 
one should obviously change the related passwords.  However,
if a former owner/moderator (or the person who stole the password)
still has their browser open, their cookie is still valid
and they can continue to access and change the list.

I've been perusing the various docs to see if there is a method
to purge state such that web UI users are required to re-authenticate
(either globally or on a per-list basis), but cannot find anything.
Simply restarting apache isn't sufficient (determined emperically).

Does this feature exist?  If so, any pointers are appreciated.

Running mailman-2.1.16 with httpd-2.2.15.

Devin

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Danijel Domazet | 10 Apr 09:46 2015
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Suppress daily notifications "request(s) waiting for your consideration"?

Hi mailmans,
As a list admind I am getting daily messages:

"The list <at> domain mailing list has 125 request(s) waiting for your
consideration... Please attend to this at your earliest convenience. This
notice of pending requests, if any, will be sent out daily."

Is there a way to suppress the daily notifications?

Thanks.

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Farokh Irani | 10 Apr 01:36 2015

3.0 testing...

If I set up a machine to test 3.0, will I be able to simply install the 
official 3.0 release over it, or should I plan on doing a completely 
clean install?

Thanks!

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Rosenbaum, Larry M. | 9 Apr 19:27 2015
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Discard pending subscription requests from command line?

Is there a way to do any of the following from the command line, perhaps with a script?

-          Find which lists have pending subscription requests (preferably showing the pending subscriber's
email address)

-          Delete the pending subscription requests (preferably a specified address)

Thanks,

(Running v2.1.12-18.el6 on RHEL6)

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Michael Hosford | 8 Apr 19:15 2015

Is it possible to have munge_from and NOT add poster address to Reply-To?

Greetings,

I've looked through the FAQs and searched the archives, and of course 
it's possible the answer is there and I just failed to find it, but...

I have a very small (<10 members), closed mailing list where everyone 
wants the replies to go only to the list (and not to the poster).  I see 
that this is possible via anonymous_list, but the downside there is that 
(for obvious reasons) you can't tell who posted, unless they sign their 
posts.  Munge_from would be ideal for us (both for DMARC reasons and 
because it preserves the poster's name), except that it adds the 
poster's address to the Reply-To.

Is there a way to have no Reply-To, or at least prevent the poster's 
address from being added to it?

Thanks,

Michael
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