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Topic: where do we manage mailinglists from?

I installed iredmail-0.6.0 on freebsd7.3. it works well.
I use mysql for virtualuser.
I can't see how I can manage a mailinglist on postfixadmin.
How can I manage it ?

Thanks

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

now in mysql backend, you can use alias feature , like mailing list.

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

You can use alias as mail list.

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

You can use alias as mail list.

How can I add two or more mail addresses into maillist using alias in postfixadmin?
When I try to add it, it gives an error.
Thanks

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

Create new alias, just add one email address, save, and then edit it, you can now add more addresses.
You should push postfixadmin to improve it.

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

Create new alias, just add one email address, save, and then edit it, you can now add more addresses.
You should push postfixadmin to improve it.

Thank you. 
Well How can I prevent to be sent a mail to an alias except subscribers of an alias?

Thanks

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

You need this installed

http://www.iredmail.org/iredapd_installation.html

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

icedevil wrote:

You need this installed

http://www.iredmail.org/iredapd_installation.html

when I was installing iredmail, I selected mysql instead ldap.

although does iredapd work ?
Thanks

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

iRedAPD-1.3.0 works with MySQL backend and alias.

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

iRedAPD-1.3.0 works with MySQL backend and alias.

Thanks  I installed iRedAPD with mysql backend.

I think I can manage it with iredadmin.
But I can't install iredadmin because of iredadmin doesn't support mysql backend.

How can I solve that ?

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Re: where do we manage mailinglists from?

Use phpMyAdmin instead.

Don't worry, we're developing iRedAdmin-Pro for MySQL backend.