Brent, et al:
I just installed and started playing with majordomo. Its a
pretty slick package and I'd like to use it here, but there
are two things that are staring me in the face right now and
I'm wondering if they've been addressed by anyone else:
(1) I don't want people from an outside domain (i.e. outside
the company) to be able to ask questions of majordomo and
receive answers. I could hack the aliases file on our
Internet mail relay servers but would prefer not to do that.
It doesn't seem like it would be that hard to to and I'm
wondering if anybody else has done it or given it any thought.
(2) We have several internal mail servers here, and various lists
currently live on various servers. Majordomo lives on one host
and modifies files that live in one directory. Has anybody given
any thought to teaching it how to deal with directories that are
potentially on different hosts with different directory specs?
I could do some funky NFS mounting tricks to get around this, but
again, would rather not.
In the grand scheme of things, I can live with (2) more than I can
live with (1).
If anyone has solved (1), I'd appreciate it if you would send me the
diffs. If not, I'll start hacking on it myself and see what I come