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Date:      Mon, 30 Dec 2002 13:40:50 -0500
From:      Jim Arnold <>
To:        Roman Neuhauser <>
Subject:   Re: once last try
Message-ID:  <a05200f2bba3640facf13@[]>
In-Reply-To: <>
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>I thought your goal was to fix your Postfix so that
>     talks to it. You *can't* test this if you relay throu RR's MTA.
>     1) Comment out the relayhost parameter in $config_directory/
>        and "postfix reload".

Done. As a test I sent an email to my yahoo account and saw the following:
Received: from  (EHLO (

>     2) Send a subscription request to

Done. Actually three times. Each time I get back the first email but 
not the second one to verify the account

>     3) Watch your /var/log/maillog for mail coming in from
>        If majordomo sends you one of the two messages, it most probably
>        sends the other one, too. Or at least I can't think of a
>        situation when it wouldn't do so.

Here is one of the majordomo emails coming back:

Dec 30 12:16:01 spike postfix/cleanup[78326]: 6743D2013: 
Dec 30 12:16:01 spike postfix/qmgr[193]: 6743D2013: 
from=<Majordomo@FreeBSD.ORG>, size=2615, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Dec 30 12:16:01 spike postfix/smtpd[78325]: CFA4E205F: 
Dec 30 12:16:01 spike postfix/cleanup[78326]: CFA4E205F: 
Dec 30 12:16:01 spike postfix/qmgr[193]: CFA4E205F: 
from=<Majordomo@FreeBSD.ORG>, size=2665, nrcpt=1 (queue active)

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