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mailman-bounces?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by HopChop, Nov 1, 2005.

  1. HopChop

    HopChop Guest

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    Hi,

    Is there anyway to configure so that bounces to a mailman list is sent to the list owner?

    When the monthly password reminders were sent out, I noticed that postmaster got some bounces because the address mailman-bounces@<server>.<domain> didn't exist. I noticed that i /etc/aliases there is an alias mailman-owner that sends these mails to postmaster, but nothing about a site-wide mailman-bounces. Should there exist such an alias?

    However, what I would expect is that if I create a list called "milk" under the domain "butter.com". If a member address doesn't work, the bounces would go to mailman-bounces@butter.com, not as it seems in my case to mailman-bounces@<server>.<domain>. If I look under /home/qmail/mailnames/butter.com I can see a .qmail-milk-bounces. If I cat this file I see:
    |/var/qmail/bin/preline /var/qmail/bin/mm_wrapper /var/mailman/mail/mailman bounces milk

    What does this mean? And how should I configure mailman to send the bounces to the different list owners instead of to some global mailman-bounces that doesn't exist?
     
  2. HopChop

    HopChop Guest

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    Am I the only one having this problem? Today when I opened my mailbox I hade ~150 bounces (since postmaster goes to my account). Of course I can filter them out, but the best solution would be if the real listowners got the notifications of which addresses that bounces.
     
  3. Traged1

    Traged1 Guest

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    Nope, we have also been having this same issue and are currently searching for a solution. Did you ever fix this?
     
  4. HopChop

    HopChop Guest

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    No, never did. Mailman isn't designed for virtual hosts so they can't help. SW-soft don't have any solution either. I ended up with create the alias and redirect it to /dev/null since I don't want the bounces.

    Maybe mailman will have support for vhosts in the future.
     
  5. radialhosting

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  6. SwaJime

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