I've skimmed through the FAQ, and I don't think I saw the solution to
this particular problem, so here goes. A person has signed on to one of
my mailing lists with the name "XX Xxx", without the quotes, and the X's
denoting individual characters. When the info file got sent to this "XX
Xxx" person, naturally the info file bounced (majordomo choked on the
"address"). Now, when it comes time to remove the address, majordomo
won't even let me do that, since it doesn't recognize it as a name with a
space in between (ie. the "address" recorded is "XX Xxx", on a single
line). Is there any way which I can remove the name without the
intervention of the service provider, in the case that another user decides
to do the same thing? The version of majordomo is 1.93 (as far as I can
tell), and I've tried every possible method with or without the
back-slash (which causes the "space" to become another character in UNIX).
Thanks in advance for any help...
Edmund "Ead" Gin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Student, Department of Chemical Engineering
An Eaditor of _The_nEUSpayper_, an Offishul Publikayshun of UBC's EUS
"The more cynical you become, the better off you'll be."
--The Offspring, "Something to Believe In"