Re: Mailman and Exim configuration
> > Everything is from latest stable branch:
> > 1) I've got Exim and Apache setup and working well.
> > 2) I installed the Mailman package. Everything seems to be working
> > well (listinfo and admin pages display fine, newlist works, etc.)
> > except it won't send anything out, ever. I've googled and googled
> > and followed all the documentation, how-to's and FAQs I can find
> > but nothing seems to help.
> > All I know are these two cryptic entries:
> > /var/log/mailman/smtp:
> > Apr 05 06:26:04 2004 (18547) All recipients refused: (-1, 'version
3.35 debug l
> > vel 9 uid=8 gid=8')
> > /var/log/mailman/smtp-failure:
> > Apr 11 17:16:03 2004 (910) -1 email@example.com (version
3.35 debug l
> > vel 9 uid=8 gid=8)
> > There are no related entries in the exim logs.
> > Any ideas?
> At 05:45 04/12/2004, J.H.M. Dassen (Ray) wrote:
> For a serious list setup, I'd recommend using newer versions of mailman and
> exim. Switching to Exim4 really is worth the trouble.
> # Exim4 backport
> deb http://www.logic.univie.ac.at/~ametzler/debian/exim4manpages/ woody/
> # GnuTLS backports needed for tls-enabled exim4
> deb http://www.logic.univie.ac.at/~ametzler/debian/gnutls/ woody/
> # Mailman backport - I get "clamav spamassassin razor" as well here so I can
> # drop spam and virus messages easily.
> deb http://www.backports.org/debian stable mailman
I used the Mailman backport and now get the slightly less cryptic:
Apr 21 16:35:45 2004 (2892) delivery to firstname.lastname@example.org
code -1: icheep in local_domains? yes (matched reepicheep)
It appears Mailman is trying to use a partial part (icheep) of the host name
(reepicheep) in its delivery attempts.
Any ideas why or how to fix?