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Re: looks like mailman has a problem with selinux



Hi Todd,

I will erase my smtp log and see what happens if I try to subscribe from the server. I do believe this at the server end though but not exactly sure don't want to give mis info so here is the log it looks like from what I can gather that when I send that command from a ssh session with the server there looks to be no problems. Find the attachment of the log below. Some where I believe along the line when I access the web page from my Windows box though there is a problem with the confirmation coming back in to the server. For example a typical session for me to do this would be:

1.  Go to www.pilotalk.com/mailman.
2.  Say click on the mailman list link.
3.  Subscribe.
4.  The message gets to my inbox on the Windows machine fine.
5.  I reply to the message.
6. When it hits Pilotalk which is the name of my server it just stops or doesn't even get there and that where I am wondering if the connection is refused. I am going to try that and again look at the smtp log but I truly believe that might be where the hang up is.

Scott


----- Original Message ----- From: "Todd Zullinger" <tmz pobox com>
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Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 7:46 PM
Subject: Re: looks like mailman has a problem with selinux


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