> What I noticed was that if you ask for a list of users for listD, that
> majordomo parses the /lists/listD file (which is empty) and you get a
> report saying nobody is subscribed when in fact there are lots of people
> suscribed to the others pieces that (when added up) make listD.
> Is there a reasonable way to try to get a little more smarts to be able
> to look at the aliases file to figure out the truth ? I was thinking that
> a majordomo.cf entry that points to the mail aliases file might be a place
> to start...
I don't know if anyone is doing it, but presumably Majordomo could
be useful for mailers other than Sendmail, which could have almost
any way of specifying lists. If necessary, I'd lean towards something
in Majordomo where you told it explicitly the files that make up
list D instead of trying to read the aliases file.
For that matter, since there isn't a "D" list, what do you with
all the rest of the Majordomo commands? Subscribe? Unsubscribe?.
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