>>>>> "m" == mjeffers <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
m> I'm kind of surprised that this feature hasn't already been implemented.
Except that it has, just in a version which has yet to be released. I've
said it before and I'll say it yet again: things don't get fixed by
themselves. A feature doesn't just get added, it gets added only when
someone that wants it actually implements it. It's one thing to go around
saying that something should have been implemented a long time ago; it's
another thing to actually write the code. Then once the code is written,
it has to be incorporated, tested, and finally put together into a released
version. Those who wish to help with this are invited to join the
majordomo-workers list and help out.
m> Although I've only been a Majordomo use for a short period of time, it
m> seems to me that this would be one of the most BASIC functions.
That's you. I myself have never had a need to ban an address from one of
my lists, and I've been running them for a couple of years now.
m> So basically your telling me the Majordomo 1.93/Sendmail combo that I
m> run, I don't have a whole lot of options?
You have infinite options, as you have the source code.
Jason L. Tibbitts III - email@example.com - 713/743-8684 - 221SR1
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