James B. Byrne wrote:
> Whether or not the list generates a from line for the original poster or
> the list itself is controlled from the list.config file. The risk that
> you run with having majordomo default replies to the list address is that
> if you run into a bad or defunct address for a subscriber you can easily
> get into an escalating feedback loop involving the bounced message
> traffic. This is going to upset a LOT of your list subscribers.
I thought that if administrivia=yes bounced messages were trapped. Am I
mistaken about that?
> Many mailers have the reply all or siimilar function, particularily
> Mozillia in Netscape v2.0. This allows the same user convenience without
> the risk to the list membership.
If only I could make everyone use it :) Interestingly, Netscape 2 also defeats
the reply-to. When reply_to is set to the list, Netscape 2 replies to the list
regardless of whether I choose reply or reply-all, making it extremely difficult
to reply to the sender and not the list.