6.2.13 List Verification

This is how a set of address tests for the Exim lists look on a working system. The list in question is quixote-users@mems-exchange.org, and these commands were run on the mems-exchange.org mail server ("% " indicates the Unix shell prompt):

  % exim -bt quixote-users
    router = mailman_main_router, transport = mailman_transport

  % exim -bt quixote-users-request
    router = mailman_router, transport = mailman_transport

  % exim -bt quixote-users-bounces
    router = mailman_router, transport = mailman_transport

  % exim -bt quixote-users-bounces+luser=example.com
    router = mailman_router, transport = mailman_transport

If your exim -bt output looks something like this, that's a start: at least it means Exim will pass the right messages to the right Mailman commands. It by no means guarantees that your Exim/Mailman installation is functioning perfectly, though!