M.MCCARRON <M.McCarron@Queens-Belfast.AC.UK> writes"
> Postmaster on the machine on which majordomo is hosted received several
> of these messages yesterday.
> >Date: Thu, 9 Feb 95 16:33:58 PST
> >To: Postmaster@boris.qub.ac.uk
> >From: Majordomo@boris.qub.ac.uk
> >Subject: MAJORDOMO ABORT
> >Reply-To: Majordomo@boris.qub.ac.uk
> >MAJORDOMO ABORT
> >No messages.
> As the majordomo administrator, I was over the course of the day trying to
> get digest working for a list. I don't see how anything I was doing could
> have caused the messages, but I'm keeping an open mind. Any ideas ?
> The message doesn't mean a lot.
Yes, I got those the other night when I was (mis)configuring a digest for
a list. From memory, it happened when I didn't have the various archive
directories in "@archive_dir", but I think Majordomo will send
"MAJORDOMO ABORT" to the Postmaster for a number of different configuration
problems. (The lines about "No messages." etc are probably from when runs
where there were no messages to be processed).
> Majella Mc Carron