I have several mailman list on my Postfix server and all work as far
as I know except for my most important one which is called "everyone"
at example.com. This list goes out to everyone who has an email
account on my Postfix server. I created some test lists today and just
to make sure that mailman was not broken and they all worked. I tried
sending email to some smaller lists and they all seem to work so I
don't know exactly what to do to determine why my everyone list is no
longer going out. I am the administrator for everyone and when anyone
sends stuff to the list, I never get any emails that anything is
pending and when I login via HTML interface, I don't see anything.
Are there any tips you guys can suggest I do for troubleshooting or
perhaps providing some information that could help me understand why
simply one of my lists is not working?
I checked /var/log/mailman/error and really don't know much about
mailman except how to install it and mildly maintain it as far as list
creation and deletion.
When I send to the list and check my logs I see:
Apr 17 13:46:06 mail postfix/smtp: 3A09F15C00E: to=<email@example.com>, relay=127.0.0.1[127.0.0.1], delay=0, status=sent (250 Ok: queued as 5B20315C056)
Apr 17 09:46:06 mail postfix/local: 5B20315C056: to=<firstname.lastname@example.org>, relay=local, delay=0, status=sent (delivered to command: /usr/lib/mailman/mail/mailman post everyone)
That path shown above is a binary file which I don't know much about.
Thanks for any assistance!
When I login to the list administrative interface & select "list archives", I then click on the most recent date available (April 2008) and there I see all my messages that were never relayed to anyone. They are going straight into the archives for some reason...