> From: Bob Collie <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: multiple addresses for majordomo
> To: majordomo-users@GreatCircle.COM
> Date: Sat, 22 Apr 1995 11:40:51 -0500 (CDT)
> Reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Collie)
> Piet Honkoop wrote:
> > Is it possible to have Majordomo return different from/reply to
> > addresses for different lists?
> > Reason for this is that we're running lists for clients as well as
> > our own. Clients have own domains, and would like to have that show
> > up on mail returned by the list server.
> > If it's relevant: environment Unixware, Perl 5.0; Majordomo 1.92
> I've been able to do this on my Linux machine, but when I tried to
> move it over to our A/UX box, it began to be incredibly stubborn, and
> it would not work. The way I have it working on my Linux box is the
> alias for the listname (/usr/local/majordomo/wrapper resend ... ... -h
> (RESEND HOST)) with resend host replaced with the FQDN. I am also
> pretty sure (certain, actually) that it has to do with Sendmail
> configuration options, however, I've not nailed down the exact
> source, but can add that if you have DM (masquerading) defined, I
> _know_ it will not work.
This is the punisment for a newbie <G>. I should have formulated
more accurately... This is 50% of what I'm after. The other part I'm
looking for is with subscriptions.
A user sends his subscribe to 'email@example.com' (which is rerouted to
firstname.lastname@example.org) and that last one is what he gets a
reply from... This is bewildering for some (especially if people send
So, part 2 of my question is: is it possible to masquerade majordomo
as multiple names (email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org)
and if so, how?
> Bob Collie, Assistant Network/Systems Engineer, Telalink Corporation
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