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ironboyzz

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Hi All,

I have received the task of maintaining a KMS. I have run into my first problem.

I have a primary domain (domainA), all users are assigned to domainA and the mailing lists are built base on domainA. Mailing lists are set to non-member = "denied". We acquired an additional domain name (domainB) and have added it to the "Aliases" of domainA. We can send and receive using either with no issues. No further changes were made.

When I try to email using the mailing lists using domainB, I receive the 'posting not allowed' sent back. e.g.

loginname<_a.t_>domainB sending to maillist<_a.t_>domainA will fail.

Is there a configuration that I have incorrect or am missing or is this just a limitation?
I am avoiding allowing the mailing lists to be open.

Any help or insight with this issue would be great!

TIA

Iron



[Updated on: Thu, 08 November 2007 03:42]

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ironboyzz

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I really need some help with this! If someone can explain why this is happening maybe I can do a workaround.

TIA

Iron
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