"John D. Muccigrosso" writes:
>Here's my /etc/alias:
>majordomo: "|/cma/majordomo/wrapper majordomo"
>acl-request: "|/cma/majordomo/wrapper request-answer acl"
>acl: "|/cma/majordomo/wrapper resend -l acl -h
I assume that is acl-outgoing, and emacs/vi or whatever was just
ending the line there.
>listproc: "|/cma/majordomo/wrapper majordomo"
It shouldn't affect moderating, but you want an owner-acl and
owner-acl-outgoing in there as well to catch bounces.
>I've got moderate = yes set in the acl.config file and the approve_passwd
>is set to the same thing the acl.passwd file reads in the /majordomo/acl
How are you changing the config file? Are you using the newconfig
email interface, or editing the file by hand?
>And when someone sends mail to the list it goes into email heaven,
>never to be heard from again. If I set the list to unmoderated, it
>works just fine. Perhaps Spider can post or just e-mail to me alone his
>functioning list.config file ( with appropriate items deleted) so that I
>can see if I'm missing something.
Hmm, looks like you are doing the right thing. Try using the following
command line on the machine with the sendmail aliases defined above:
echo foo | /usr/ucb/mail -v -s "test" acl
This will run sendmail in verbose mode and will let you see any errors
that sendmail or resend is generating. It should look something like:
test... aliased to "|/tools/majordomo/wrapper resend -l test -h dstar.iddis.com test-outgoing"
"|/tools/majordomo/wrapper resend -l test -h dstar.iddis.com test-outgoing"... Sent
with acl in place of test, and a different hostname. You should
receive an email that looks something like:
>Date: Mon, 30 Jan 1995 19:48:58 -0500
>Subject: BOUNCE firstname.lastname@example.org: Approval required
>>From email@example.com Mon Jan 30 19:48:56 1995
>Received: (from rouilj@localhost) by dstar.iddis.com (8.6.9/8.6.9) id TAA15551 for test; Mon, 30 Jan 1995 19:48:56 -0500
>Date: Mon, 30 Jan 1995 19:48:56 -0500
>From: "John P. Rouillard" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: test moderate
with the exception of one level of > signs.