I've been using majordomo for about 6 months now with no major hassles, in
fact I don't really have to worry about mailing lists anymore :-)
Our usage is 90% local to our network, and all mail delivery in our network get's
done on a central mail hub. The problem is that if there is an incorrect address
amongst the lists of our local users then none of the local list gets delivered
to (at least I haven't had any problems with outsiders). Is there any way
to make local delivery more robust so that mail gets through to other that
the dud addresses ?
BTW Using IDA sendmail 5.65+1.4.4 on a SGI IRIX 4.0.5, majordomo 1.6
I suspect that this is more of a sendmail problem rather than a majordomo
problem, but thought someone might have some ideas.
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