>>>>> "JF" == Jason Fritz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JF> That alias exists, but it certainly didn't help.
That's not a terribly descriptive problem report. I know it works for at
least one other site, because they asked me to modify the behavior a bit
JF> It's interesting, though, that when the $majordomo_request flag is set
JF> to 1, the welcome message states that requests such as subscribing can
JF> be processed by sending an email to listname-request@site with only
JF> 'subscribe' in the body. That's why I'm thinking it should work.
That flag just changes the printed message to indicate that you've set up
the list-request address. I don't see how that indicates anything concrete
about majordomo accepting messages at the list-request address, but if you
set up the aliases as I described it should work.
JF> I didn't see that version on the ftp site. Am I blind or is it not
JF> there yet?
It's a development version, kept in a different location and announced to
the majordomo-workers mailing list.
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