On 10/12/2016 08:16 AM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> I don't know how these aliases are generated in your setup, but assuming
> you have Mailman's Postfix integration, that path comes from the
> WRAPPER_DIR setting in Mailman/Defaults.py. That in turn is based on
> EXEC_PREFIX which is often the same as PREFIX. These things are set from
> options to configure when Mailman is configured.
> Did you start your installation by running configure? If so, what is the
> configure command from config.log, is there a --prefix= option or a
> --exec-prefix= option - the defaults for these are
> --prefix=/usr/local/mailman and --exec-prefix=(the prefix value).

Or perhaps everything is configured correctly but your Postfix aliases
are just left from a prior install and all you need do is run Mailman's

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