Thanks Bill & Deb for your responses,
I followed the instructions I found, sendmail is set up to use the
/usr/local/majordomo/aliases.majordomo (through a link
/etc/mail/alaises.majordomo), I changed the $aliases variable in
mj_build_aliases to point to the file. However, when I create a list,
nothing is being added to the aliases.majordomo.
My mj_build_aliases.args contains:
-a -d -A /usr/local/majordomo/aliases.majordomo -o majordom
On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 16:23, Bill Houle wrote:
> All the build_aliases routine does is (re)build a .majordomo_aliases
> file in the Majordomo directory. If you haven't gone through the setup
> to integrate this file into sendmail's config, then nothing that you
> may expect to happen ever will.
?On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 16:20, Deb wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> Well, if you look in mj_create_list, it calls mj_build_aliases.pl, which you
> need to configure for your needs. By default I believe it creates and
> modifies .majordomo_aliases in majordomo's home dir. YMMV.
> Be sure your sendmail.cf is configured to look at the addtional alias file,
> or sendmail won't know about the new aliases either.
> Then, you need to run newaliases somewhere along the line (I don't think it's
> built in, and you'll need to modify the scripts (if this is desired) wherever
> it seems right to you if you want to do this automagically. Also, MC won't
> know anything about the new lists if you don't run mj_key_cache periodically
> (from cron, probably).
> The documentation is pretty good, inside the scripts and outside (web pages).
> Hope this helps,