We have been experimenting with a modified sendmail that traps messages
with the same message-id addressed to the same person. If you like, I
can put you in touch with the author of those changes...
|\ | |\/| David L. Miller firstname.lastname@example.org (206) 685-6240
|/ |_ | | Software Engineer, Pine Development Team (206) 685-4045 (FAX)
University of Washington, Networks & Distributed Computing
4545 15th Ave NE, Seattle WA 98105, USA
On Wed, 2 Feb 1994 tom_limoncelli@Warren.MENTORG.COM wrote:
> If you mail to two majordomo mailing lists hosted on the same machine,
> and there is someone on both mailing lists, this someone will get two
> copies of the message.
> I consider this behaviour correct. They are on two mailing lists. The
> user should learn to delete the extra copy.
> However, my users consider this behaviour to be wrong. They only want
> to get one copy of the message. This has become such an issue,
> that management would rather abandon majordomo (and increase
> the amount of work the list managers have to do) than put up
> with the duplicate messages.
> P.S. This isn't at the site that I run, but another site.
> Tom Limoncelli -- email@example.com (work) -- firstname.lastname@example.org (play)
> "Psst! Hey, Anthony! Y'know what I | Disclaimer: I do not
> like about existing?" "Uh... uh... what?" | speak for Mentor Graphics.
> "Possessing a physical extension." -TSA |