Michael J. Corrigan <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes;
> Try (this takes sendmail out of the equation):
> cat sample_mesg | /bin/sh -c "/applic/ath/majordomo/wrapper resend -l psi -h callisto.pas.rochester.edu psi-outgoing" ; echo $?
> where sample_mesg is something resend would want to see.
> You would seem to be getting "1" from this command (that's what unknown
> mailer error 1 means - in it's entirety).
> You want to be getting 0. If you get a 0 sendmail shouldn't complain.
if i include the "echo $?", it complains "Newline in variable name."
if i leave that out, the mail gets delivered fine, the headers are
rewritten correctly, and i'm ecstatic. when i try to run real mail through
the list alias, it crashes with "unknown mailer error 1", again, and
i almost put my fist through the screen.
the precise alias is:
psi: "|/applic/ath/majordomo/wrapper resend -l psi -h callisto.pas.rochester.edu psi-outgoing"
everything in /applic/ath/majordomo is owned by daemon.majordom, and is
readable, writeable, and where appropriate executable by owner and group.
it can't be perl, because then it wouldn't work from the command line.
what the !@#$ is going on here? please, anyone?
colin | precisely why all of the above should be so is not clear, but goes some
roald | way to explaining why, on the Disc, the Gods are not so much worshipped
as blamed. (pratchett)