> Um, _all_ SMTP mailers do this. Programs which talk to them are meant
> to escape the "." themselves. This is NOT something majordomo should
> be doing. A more likely cause of the problem is majordomo's call to
> sendmail. Sendmail will also look for dots - there's an option to
> sendmail ("-oi" as I recall) which reads until EOF, as it's supposed
> to. Are you using this in majordomo's call to sendmail?
Well, something must be wrong because it is delivered correctly to
99.8% of the addresses on my list. It is probable that the 2 bad
addresses were behind a firewall or other redistribution point that had
misbehaving mailers, but it STILL caused complaints to show up in my
mailbox <G>. One thing anyone with a sizable list knows is that not
everyone's system works like it's supposed to!