Has anyone gotten majordomo to work with postfix?
I noticed the mailman thing and that looked pretty cool - but I have written a half dozen or so apps specifically for majordomo that I'd like to continue using for my mailings.
I'd be willing to try to port my apps over to Mailman, but the main problem with that is it APPEARS that mailman stores it's list of email addresses in a nontext encoded file ... majordomo just slaps them in a plaintext at /usr/local/majordomo/lists/listname, which is real handy for doing automated work with the lists.
If anyone knows that mailman stores its email address lists in a text file somewhere, let me know where, or, alternatively, how bout this...
I have tried everything I could think of to get majordomo working with postfix, but every time I send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, I always get "User unknown in virtual alias table", even though I've added the list aliases to majordomo.aliases, and/or etc/aliases, and called newaliases AND postalias on both of those files.
I don't even know where I might look since the aliases DO appear to exist. My guess is this has something to do with the virtual domain or chrooted environment preventing these aliases from being used, most likely because I followed the wrong procedure to set them up... but I'm not sure.
Indeed, I get the same message for majordomo itself "User unknown in virtual alias table" as I do for the lists.
Well, you guys have been astounding so far... thanks!
Tony<br><br>Post edited by: mrwilder, at: 2009/04/25 17:53