116 reputation
18
bio website
location
age
visits member for 1 year, 11 months
seen Jun 21 at 10:25

Jun
8
comment postfix with mailman
possible duplicate of postfix: Temporary lookup failure for FQDN
Jun
8
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
8
accepted mailman web UI on localhost with apache2
Jun
8
accepted postfix: Temporary lookup failure for FQDN
Jun
8
answered postfix: Temporary lookup failure for FQDN
Jun
8
awarded  Scholar
Jun
8
accepted export Usenet via IMAP or POP3
Nov
19
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
2
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
8
awarded  Student
Nov
8
awarded  Teacher
Aug
28
comment postfix: Temporary lookup failure for FQDN
Ok, thanks. I think that the problem is that it's a "vanity" FQDN. I was looking at something on postfix.org, but they used a different word and I don't see it right now. On a different note, is there a problem with this question? it's been downvoted and now I'm banned, apparently it's permanent.
Aug
28
comment postfix: Temporary lookup failure for FQDN
only I see that This mapping happens ONLY when mail leaves the machine; not when you send mail between users on the same machine. which doesn't explain why this mail between users on the same machine failed above.
Aug
28
comment postfix: Temporary lookup failure for FQDN
that didn't even register about 127.0.1.1, thanks.
Aug
28
comment postfix error: open database /var/lib/mailman/data/aliases.db: No such file
but what is in /var/lib/mailman/data/aliases? help.ubuntu.com/community/Mailman#Postfix_Configuration doesn't specify.
Aug
28
asked postfix error: open database /var/lib/mailman/data/aliases.db: No such file
Aug
28
revised postfix with mailman
edited title
Aug
28
asked postfix: Temporary lookup failure for FQDN
Aug
28
comment postfix with mailman
serverfault.com/questions/417383/… looks interesting.
Aug
28
comment postfix with mailman
@LaurentiuRoescu thanks. should that populate the transport file? see edit at the end of the question.