> Marcos Ramirez A. writes:
> >The problem is _not_ majordomo, but sendmail. Majordomo pipes the incoming
> >mail to a sendmail process.
> >Sendmail understand a line beginning with a single dot as "end of mail", so
> >rest is just ignored. A solution is hack the resend program to ignore a line
I'm still in the process of installing majordomo, but I came across this
info in the O'Reilly & Assoc. book "Managing Internet Sevices":
In the majordomo.cf file they suggest that in the folowing line (about
$mailer = "/usr/lib/sendmail -f\$sender -t";
"You might add a '-oi' option so sendmail won't treat a line with just a
dot (.) as the end of a message."
I don't have any knowledge of using this, just found in in the book and
sounded like it might be the solution to the problem.