On Friday 11 July 2008, Jeffrey Ollie wrote: > 2008/7/11 Paul W. Frields <stickster gmail com>: > > Anyone have insight into this? > > The issue is that something in postfix on collab1 (where the > lists.fedoraproject.org mailing lists run) and/or bastion (which > serves as a central mail gateway) is rewriting > "<mailinglist>@lists.fedoraproject.org" addresses in the message > headers to "<mailinglist>@fedoraproject.org". When someone then tries > to reply to a mailing list post the message is bounced as > "<mailinglist>@fedoraproject.org" is an invalid address. I don't have > enough postfix-fu to fix the problem and no one with enough postfix-fu > has had the time, access, and/or interest in fixing the problem. The issue is not postfix. the issue is mailman setting the replyto wrong. Even when i explicitly set the reply to correctly on the secondary arch list it is still wrong. > Until this problem is fixed I've been hesitant to create any (more) > lists.fedoraproject.org mailing lists. > > lists.fedorahosted.org has a similar problem, except that > "<mailinglist>@fedorahosted.org" works due to some quirks of how > postfix interprets email addresses (AFAIK without a some hackery > postfix can't treat "@lists.<domain>" differently from "@<domain>"). im pretty sure it only works because lists.fedorahosted.org and fedorahosted.org are on the same box. Dennis
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