all I get when I run "exim -bt -v firstname.lastname@example.org" is the following:
"email@example.com is undeliverable:
and my lists.aliases file looks like this:
sample: "|/usr/lib/majordomo/wrapper resend -l sample -h
mydomain.com -f owner-sample firstname.lastname@example.org"
sample-request: "|/usr/lib/majordomo/wrapper majordomo -l sample"
sample-digest-request: "|/usr/lib/majordomo/wrapper majordomo -l
any help is greatly appreciated, thanks
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Welty" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2003 4:14 PM
Subject: Re: Exim/Majordomo
> On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 16:08:00 -0400 Michael Arena
> > Richard,
> > Ok, I made those changes to my config file, now when I run exim -bt
> > firstname.lastname@example.org it keeps replying with "Unroutable address"
> ok, what do you get with exim -bt -v and the email address for your lists?
> unroutable address likely means that it didn't manage to match up on any
> of the routers, so we need to understand why none of the routers matched.
> > These
> > lists
> > do not need to receive email from the outside, in fact I setup exim to
> > ignore all incoming mail for security reasons on the mail server. I want
> > to
> > send mail to my list from inside the network and have it go out to all
> > the
> > members I specify on my list. Would I even need a lists.aliases file in
> > my
> > case? Can I test this internal configuration somehow?
> you will need the aliases file unless you decide to get really clever in
> your exim config; i think you should get standard style install with
> aliases file working before you try to do anything else.
> it's easy enough to hide the addresses from external parties, that's what
> the private alias files are for in my example on the web site -- so that
> the -outgoing addresses are not accessible to the whole world.
> Richard Welty
> email@example.com Averill Park
> firstname.lastname@example.org Unix, Linux, IP Network Engineering,