Benjamin Bär a écrit :
> Hi everyone,
> Some short questions.
> I configuring a new mailserver to replace our old one here,
> with those features mentioned in the subject.
> No my question, as we like to use maildirs on the newone so
> that we can switch to imap in the near future,
imap has nothing to do with maildir.
we needed to
> switch to maildrop as local delivery agent, as the older
> local delivery daemon is not able to handle .forward files
maildrop has nothing to do with .forward.
> in maildirs (am i right ?) and with maildrop we can make use
> of the extensive filtering language which is quite nice.
depends on what you mean by extensive. almost all MDAs allow exec'ing an
"external" binary. I do use maildrop, but let's not exagerate its
> But now to my problem, as we´re using ldap as central
> userdatabase, and also storing all domain related
> information for which we are recieving mail we switch to
> virtual transport only, which is generaly no problem.
> But now i realized that stuff like mailinglists in the
> /etc/mail/aliases which are entered as a pipe arent working
> anymore. From the logfile i can see that incoming mail for
> that mailinglist isnt passed directly to the mailman binary
> for delivery instead the whole path to the mailman binary is
> passed as an email address to the maildrop, which of course
> rejects it because thats no real email address, maybe
> someone has had a similar problem, and some ideas how to
> solve that.
please be to the point. what is the problem? explaining the problem by
adding your history or other stuff will only make it harder to
understand. just say what you want, what doesn't work, and enough
evidence to show that it doesn't work. keep design debates for other days.
> --------- some cfg and log snippets following ----------
> <"|/usr/local/mailman/mail/mailman post wurst"@...>
> (expanded from
> <wurst@...>): host 127.0.0.1[127.0.0.1] said: 550
> 5.1.0 Failed,
> id=05562-06, from MTA([localhost]:10025): 550
> <|/usr/local/mailman/mail/mailman post wurst@...>:
> Recipient address
> rejected: User unknown in local recipient table (in
> reply to end of DATA
Seems like you added it to virtual aliases or you missed something in
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