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Mailman-Error

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by westili, Dec 23, 2005.

  1. westili

    westili Guest

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    Hi,
    i found this error in the qmaillog by sending emails over a mailman-list..

    Code:
    Dec 23 20:57:45 kata qmail: 1135367865.135143 delivery 8: success: Failure_to_exec_mailman_wrapper._WANTED_gid_110,_GOT_gid_101.__(Reconfigure_to_take_101?)/did_0+0+1/
    popuser:x:101:

    There are no Group with the id 110 in /etc/group

    Can Somebody help me?
     
  2. westili

    westili Guest

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    I have found http://kb.swsoft.com/article_61_942_en.html now..

    After this i got a new error:

    Code:
    Dec 23 22:32:21 kata Mailman mail-wrapper: Failure to lookup via getgrgid() the group info for group id 110 that this Mailman mail wrapper is executing under. This is probably due to an incorrectly configured system and is not a Mailman problem 
    Dec 23 22:32:21 kata qmail: 1135373541.017905 delivery 6: success: Failure_to_lookup_via_getgrgid()_the_group_info_for_group_id_110_that_this_Mailman_mail_wrapper_is_executing_under./This_is_probably_due_to_an_incorrectly_configured_system_and_is_not_a_Mailman_problem/Failed_to_start_/usr/lib/mailman/mail/mailman./did_0+0+1/
    please help..
     
  3. bobathtmldotcom

    bobathtmldotcom Guest

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    Just fixed this problem on my installation.

    Code:
    *************************
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    1. edit your /etc/group file, duplicating the popuser group line and changing the first of the duplicated lines as follows:

    postfix:x:101:
    popuser:x:101:


    2. edit your /var/qmail/bin/mm_wrapper file with a binary-safe editor and search for the string "PPjnht" and change it to "PPjeht". In my editor (emacs) the context looked like this, after editing:

    Code:
    $\213^D^HëØ\203ì^LPPjeht\212^D^Hÿ5x
    This-what-I-changed--^
    
    Then, just in case your editor changed ownership or permission of the file (mine didn't), do:

    Code:
    chown popuser.postfix /var/qmail/bin/mm_wrapper
    chmod 2555 /var/qmail/bin/mm_wrapper
    
     
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