[ Brian Christensen writes: ]
> This is odd to me, because I set up several lists that all had problems, and
> I spent countless hours trying to get them to work, and finally I changed all
> the names to 8 characters or less and they all worked. Some of the
> names were cnenet-grpwise, cnenet-inet, cnenet-3x. I was quite
> disappointed that I had to use 8 characters or less to get them to work.
> >>> Dave Wolfe <email@example.com> 11/11/96 12:18pm >>>
> [ Lex Luthor writes: ]
> > Are there any special care when making a list with it's name containing
> > a - ?
> As long as your listname contains only (ASCII) alphanumerics, dash (-),
> and underscore (_), it's OK.
That doesn't make sense unless you also had to restrict things like
owner-listname and listname-outgoing to 8 characters. In any case it
would seem to be an MTA problem and not the fault of Mj. My answer to
the original question applies only to Mj.