=>From the responses, it looks like it can't be done. What then, are some
=>naming conventions that you all have come up with. I was trying to do it
=>as: listname-L. (This seems to pretty much be a standard.) I still
=>think I may find a way to implement this...
You can use uppercase letters in the mailings all you want, they will
be lowcased by the mail agent for matching. So as long as the file
names/aliases are all in lowercase you can broadcast it as
`LiStNaMe-L' if you want, as long as the filename/aliases are
`listname-l'. As I just sent out in a previous mailing the allowed
*>List names must be of the form "[a-z0-9_-]+" (in other words,
*>letters, digits, underbars, or dashes only).