<Malcolm Herbert> said:
>The first isn't too complicated at all really, and revolves around the content
>of the From: line in the email header. Most mailing lists I know of (and this
>includes this majordomo one) do not change the headers to show that the mail
>is from a mailing list, but leave the name of the original sender as the
>contents of the line.
> [ deletia ]
I don't think that this is currently included in majordomo, but obviously
resend is the place to put this kind of header molestation since this is
where the current header molesting is done.
>The other question relates to the sort of database majordomo keeps on users.
>Because my mailing list members are a close knit group, and often need to get
>in contact with each other off the network, I have set up a simple database
>containing postal addresses, phone numbers etc etc which can be accessed by
>a mail server. What would I need to do to get majordomo to support this?
This is easy to do. Just set up your database in the list archive directory.
It will then be seen by the 'index' command, and can be retrieved by the
>Anyway, if anyone has any ideas, please send them post-haste! Oh, and if
>anyone can spot anything nasty about the header mangling done above, I'd
>like to know that too ... :)
Actually, I like this idea. It would really simplify being able to filter
your mail into different folders. If you get some good ideas, could you
repost them to the list for all to see?
Michael G. Palmer DoD#0886
"There's someone in my head, but it's not me." -- Roger Waters