Get Mailman to work with Qmail

I have QmAil installed on a CentOS5 machine and have been successfully using mailman for some time.

I upgraded my installation of PLESK to 9.0.1 which has stopped mailman from working as described elsewhere on the web.

The recommended fix is to insert a sym link to the mm_wrapper file which I have done using the commands:

cd /var/qmail/bin
ln -s /usr/lib64/plesk-9.0/mm_wrapper mm_wrapper

this link is created as expected.

Emails to mailing lists are still bounced with the message:

preline: fatal: unable to run /var/qmail/bin/mm_wrapper: file does not exist

I have tried restarting the service already.

Very keen to get this working!
   
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markremmsAuthor Commented:
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The cause if the problem is some incorrectly updated packages caused by upgrading from the PLESK web interface.

Best to upgrade from ssh:
/usr/loca/psa/admin/sbin/autoinstaller

Running this fixed the problem.

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