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>>>>> "RM" == Richard Murray <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
RM> Anyone care to point me in the direction of where a person can avoid
RM> sending a person's post back to their mailbox?
Do you mean "how do I prevent senders from seeing their own messages?"
If so, Majordomo does not have that built into it. Mail to a list goes
to everyone subscribed to the list, including the originator.
Making what you want happen would require modifying Majordomo/resend to
pass the sender to another filter program (like bulk_mailer) which in
turn strips out the sender from the list of recipients before passing
that list on to sendmail. And then you'd be annoyed by all the people
wondering if their posts are getting through or not because they don't
see them :).
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