[ Majordomo writes: ]
> # reply_to [word] () <resend,digest>
> # Put a reply-to header with value <value> into the outgoing
> # message. If the token $SENDER is used, then the address of the
> # sender is used as the value of the reply-to header. This is the
> # value of the reply-to header for digest lists.
> reply_to = wwcd.com
This should be a FQDN (complete address) not just a domain.
> # restrict_post [restrict_post] (undef) <resend>
> # If defined only address listed in one of the files (colon or
> # space separated) can post to the mailing list. This is less
> # useful than it seems it should be since there is no way to create
> # these files if you do not have access to the machine running
> # resend. This mechanism will be replaced in a future version of
> # majordomo/resend.
> restrict_post = restrict_post
Beware that this implies a file in your 'lists' directory and files
without a '.' in the name are interpreted as lists. A request such
as 'lists' will cause a default restrict_post.config file to be
created and could allow someone unintended access to this file. If
you're intentionally referring to a list named "restrict_post",
just be sure you've set up the restrict_post.config file the way
you want it (I presume this is the case from earlier private e-mail
conversations). Otherwise you might want to name this file something
like "wwcd-auction.restrict" instead.