>>P.S. Sounds like a great business opportunity for some enterprising
>>software engineer... i.e. building a list management package that could
>>be completely run out of just one or two shell accounts without _any_
>>help from the local sysadmins.
>It exists, and can be run out of one account. The combination of the qmail
>MTA and ezmlm MLM apparently allows shell users to create, destroy, and
>administer lists as they see fit. See http://www.qmail.org.
Something is wrong with this picture.
If the local sysadmin is not assisting, chances are slim to none that
the installed MTA is something other than sendmail. Given that, you're
not going to get incoming aliases to work without the sysadmin's
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