I'm getting ready to leave in a few minutes, but I think I've found the
problem; I think I'm pointing to a wrong directory (I use "majord" rather
than majordomo, because the Cobalt RaQs already have "majordomo" defined
for their own iteration of majordomo.
I finally (after four hours) got some returns that are leading me in the
Unfortunately I won't be able to do anything about it until Monday at the
But that's good, right <smile>?
At 07:27 PM 7/5/2001 Daniel Liston wrote:
>Here is the step by step recipe I recommend for virtual
>hosting of majordomo mailing lists with sendmail.
At 06:05 PM 7/5/2001 Bill Polhemus wrote:
>My prior experience with exactly this problem was this:
>I had several lists set up on my machine. All but ONE of them worked fine.
>The remaining list did exactly as you described: All mail sent to it went
>(apparently) straight to /dev/null. I couldn't figure it out for the longest
>time; I went into the aliases file, where I had ALL the lists set up, and it
>looked just like all the others in form.
and at 04:31 PM 7/5/2001 Todd Lyons wrote:
>Any files in /var/spool/mqueue?
>Anything in /var/log/maillog? Does it say it's actually delivering it?
>Have you 'su - nobody' and see if it's there (many people quiet the
>listname-outgoing alias by also delivering to nobody, which can result
>in a super full mailbox if you do it just the wrong way).