This should be my very last beginner's question on how
to use majordomo to manage moderated lists remotely
from the Windows 95 environment.
Here is the typical header information that might appear
in a message bounced for approval:
--- BEGIN ---
>From dreamwave-owner Mon Oct 14 15:10:14 1996
Received: from mfd-dial1-4.cybercom.net (mfd-dial1-4.cybercom.net [184.108.40.206]) by
kalypso.cybercom.net (8.6.12/8.6.12) with SMTP id PAA29759 for <email@example.com>; Mon, 14 Oct
1996 15:10:13 -0400
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Phil Leonard)
Subject: Re: geocities page evil
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 1996 19:10:13 GMT
X-Mailer: Forte Agent .99f/32.299
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
--- END ---
Where is the optimal location to place the Approved: Password
Which header information can be safely edited out, or should
be edited out?
Will majordomo automatically replace the BOUNCE subject
header with the correct subject header?
I am using Windows 95 and the mail reader Agent to try to
manage these bounced messages for approval. Apparently
I have to turn off my usual sig, or it will appear in the
approved message. Apparently I also have to reset my
usual line length formatting of 55 for each approved
message, otherwise messages with a line length of
greater than 55 will appear mangled.
Has anyone here worked out a nice neat routine for
handling the approval of messages with a Windows 95
mail reader? On a mailing list with a large volume of
messages, all of these manual operations could become
burdensome, to say the least.