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Mailman – additional virtual domains

Mailman – additional virtual domains In a recent Mailman article, we learned how to install and configure Mailman with Postfix on FreeBSD. We added a single virtual domain, lists.freebsddiary.org. Today, I’ll add in lists.freshports.org. NOTE: to avoid the spambots, I have changed some instances of lists.freshports.org to lists.example.org. Please keep that in mind. NOTE: this

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majordomo and ‘hostile’ addresses

majordomo and ‘hostile’ addresses If you ever see this message: MAJORDOMO ABORT (mj_majordomo)!! HOSTILE ADDRESS (no x400 c=) nts/admin@example.org don’t worry, it’s not an attack. It’s just someone using an address which is slight less common.  You can tell majordomo to accept it with a configuration setting.   In /usr/local/majordomo/majordomo.cf, you will find something like

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Creating a majordomo mailing list for a virtual domain

Creating a majordomo mailing list for a virtual domain In the past I’ve written a fair number of articles about majordomo.  The most complex was about creating virtual domains for majordomo.  I’m just now rereading that article in preparation for creating a new mailing list and I’ve realized that the process is inadequately documented.  Consider

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hypermail – creating an www interface to a mailing list archive

hypermail – creating an www interface to a mailing list archive hypermail is a program that takes a file of mail messages in UNIX mailbox format and generates a set of cross-referenced HTML documents.  It allows for an online archive of mail messages.  It’s ideal for providing a www interface to a mailing list archive,

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