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Mailman problem emailing to list



  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    Hey there!  If the domain is using Gmail it wouldn't be looking toward any local email addresses, which is likely why you're getting that error.  You'll have to decide if you want everything in cPanel or Gmail as I'm not aware of a way to mix between the two without getting the errors you are experiencing.

  • SunHunter

    Thanks for responding, still looking at finding a way to do this. I've gone around the houses a bit already looking at `split delivery` in GSuite as per one of the sticked topics on this forum, but config seems quite lengthy and a bit unclear (and a bit old), so now looking at Exim and whether it's possible to add a `manualroute` to the config to use `local_delivery` transport for certain email addresses (seems feasible from the Exim documentation).

    Still playing around and not working yet, but something along the lines of 

    In my case (but not working yet!):

        driver = manualroute
        domains = +local_domains
      local_parts = newsletter
        transport = local_delivery
  • SunHunter

    Just posting back with a crude workaround as couldn't get above to work. Added a subdomain `` and use local mail exchanger for that subdomain, while keeping primary domain using remote mail exchanger (Google).

    Added MX records for subdomain pointing at parent domain following this article -

    A bit of a hack, but at least allows newsletters to appear to come from the same website and avoids needing to purchase extra Google seats (SPF and DKIM also appear to be OK).



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