On Mon, 14 Nov 1994, Chris Koenigsberg wrote:
> > Is there a way to stop Majordomo from sending my own messages back to me,
> > when I send a message to a list that I'm subscribed to?
> It's a feature; it reminds you not to post so often :-)
> Actually I presume you're asking whether Majordomo has the feature of
> LISTSERV/ListProc where this is a subscriber-settable parameter; the
> answer is no.
Does that mean that there *is* a way to accomplish the effect globally,
rather than on a per-user basis?
> Personally I can't imagine why this would be a good idea in the first
> place. It really DOES remind you to post less, if you've been posting
> too much lately, to see your own messages piling up in your mailbox.
People on design teams who are sending out long messages get annoyed
(they tell me) when their long messages come bouncing right back at
them. They prefer "you have new mail" to be more accurate, they say.
Is there any way to do it at all?