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>>>>> "JW" == Jeff Wasilko <email@example.com> writes:
JW> Another related problem is that people are a bit sloppy about following
JW> directions when sending in the confirmation. Would it be possible to
JW> simply allow people to reply to (and quote) the whole confirmation
Majordomo simply doesn't work like that; except for the backslash mechanism
it expects one command per line and doesn't want to see any extraneous
stuff. Anyone who wants to rewrite the entire command parser is welcome to
find another way to do this. I've already rewritten about half of it and
have no intention of trying to accomplish anything like this.
Really, with the confirmation requests that I send out, all that's required
is that the user reply, quote the message, and edit it. (I send out the
auth line already split with a backshash.) If the user can't quote a
message and edit the quoted text, I don't want them on my lists anyway.
This is, of course, personal opinion.