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>>>>> "TL" == Tony Lorimer <email@example.com> writes:
TL> Any subscribers to an internal list, Majordomo is stripping the domian
TL> name of the subscribers e-mail address.
Majordomo is not doing this, your sendmail is doing this, and I would
bet that you are running on a Sun of some flavor. Sun has a legacy of
not using fully qualified host names, even though it is broken behaviour
on anything other than an isolated machine.
* The "easiest" fix is to change the machine's host name to the full
name. The exact mechanics will vary between different flavors of
Unix, but it usually involves the 'hostname' command and the
/etc/HOSTNAME or /etc/hostname file. This will fix all "long" host
name problems and is usually the best choice.
* You can define the 'w' (or 'j' if you are running Berkeley v8
sendmail) macro in your sendmail.cf as your full host name. This will
fix problems with mail, but not other problems.
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