>resend -l listname -r email@example.com -h white.lambton.on.ca
>-R -s listname-outgoing"
>But the reply line takes the format:
>It realy IS on machine 'white' which is NOT the machine pointed
>to by the MX record for 'lambton.on.ca'
As far as I can tell, if you want the reply-to address to be
@lambton.on.ca, put that in the -h field. If you want the reply-to to
be @white.lambton.on.ca, put that in the -h field. In either case,
remove the @lambton.on.ca from the -r field.
We run several mailing lists in conjunction with our "corporate
mailbox" service (we register a domain, but the mail just comes to
accounts here @world.std.com). Here's an example. This guy
registered "civicnet.org", and runs the mailing list like civicnet.org
is a real machine.
k12: "|/usr/local/lib/majordomo/wrapper resend -l k12
-h civicnet.org -r k12 -f k12-approval
This list runs @world.std.com, but you can't really tell, since the
reply-to sends the mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with a sender: of