Thanks for the useful info!
On Sat, 13 Apr 1996, Cindy Bishop wrote:
> I had a very similar problem. Several mailing lists, all of which were
> sending duplicate messages around a day after the original was sent. For
> some reason majordomo didn't think it had sent out the originals and kept
> resending them every day (I checked by using /usr/lib/sendmail -bp to see
> who it thought it still needed to send messages to. All of the sent
> messages were still in the queue with the whole list of subscribers to be
> sent too).
> I made two changes:
> 1. I completely deleted the message queue
> 2. I added information on the bulk priority to the sendmail.cf file
> (previously not defined)
Now, may I ask how you did these? By modifying the cf file? Could you
show me how 1 and 2 are changed in the cf file?
Another question, doesn't number 1 cause problems if you're no longer
queueing messages to sendmail? What happens if they can't be processed or
are not delivered? How is delivery ensured if messages don't get queued?