[ Mark Lewis - Ascom PSD Cardiff UK writes: ]
> I manage a number of lists for my company. Unfortunately our users
> like to use words like s-ubscribe and c-onfig in their messages to
> our lists. This is completely intentional and necessary given the
> context of our mailing lists. The trouble I am having is that these
> messages always get bounced to me because majordomo sees these words
> as commands. I have tried changing the value of "administrivia" in
> the config files to get over this problem but I am having no luck.
Without actually showing us the bounce subject, it's kinda hard
to tell exactly *which* kind of bounce you're talking about, but
'administrivia' set to 'no' will disable the "Admin request" bounces.
However, you're probably seeing one of the other bounces caused by
taboo_body, global_taboo_body, taboo_headers, global_taboo_headers,
and/or admin_headers, in which case you're going to have to edit one or
more of those variables to eliminate the offending regexes.