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From: Mark A. Olbert (Markarcabama.com)
Date: Sun Dec 07 2008 - 17:56:59 CST
I recently installed Exchange as my mail server, with postfix on a linux box serving as an anti-spam front end. This works great for all my regular mail.
However, I'm having trouble figuring out how to integrate mailman into the setup. Previously, when mail delivery took place on my linux box with postfix it "just worked".
I think what I need to do is set postfix to distinguish between mail sent to my domain (e.g., markarcabama.com) and mail sent to a subdomain used only for mailman lists (e.g., mylistlists.arcabama.com), and use a different final delivery mechanism for each. "Domain" mail (arcabama.com) would continue to be sent to the Exchange server, while "subdomain" mail (lists.arcabama.com) would be routed to mailman on the linux box.
But I'm not sure if that's correct and, even if it is, I'm unclear as to how to proceed. I'd appreciate any hints, leads or tips. Thanks!
"Too much sanity may be madness! But maddest of all - -to see life as it is and not as it should be."
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