I'll bet sendmail is smashing case on the command line arguments when it
goes to queue them. also with majordomo 1.9x you should only use the -l and -h o
options on the command line otherwise the per list config files won't work
(sorry about the last response for digest failue. I am processing my
mailq in a couple of windows to do multithreading/categorization and
I forgot to move to the head of the category before posting 8-().
In message <9505040705.AA16948@ccu1.auckland.ac.nz>,
Russell Street writes:
>I had been happily running several Majordomo lists on my Solaris 2.3
>system. A few days ago I changed an option in sendmail.cf to queue
>mail rather than attempt immediate delivery, and the Majordomo lists
>mysteriously stopped working with messages like:
>554 "|/usr/local/majordomo/bin/wrapper resend -p bulk -M 10000 -R -l jinarwa
> -f jinarwa-owner -h auckland.ac.nz -s jinarwa-outgoing"... unknown mailer e
>Running sendmail by hand produced errors about 'must specify -l list
>and -h host'.
>The entries in the alias file looks like:
>jinarwa: "|/usr/local/majordomo/bin/wrapper resend -h auckland.ac.nz -l jina
>rwa -p bulk -f jinarwa-owner -s jinarwa-outgoing"
>which work. The command line in the error above I got by following the
>examples in the documentation.
>"Nothing else has changed" in the sendmail.cf, majordomo configuration
>or list configuration for months.
>Can anyone shed light on this?
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