[ Hell's Kitchen Online writes: ]
> We're fairly new with Majordomo and are just starting to put it through its
> paces. We have a regular list and a digest list, it's moderated and has
> archives. Sending out several announcements and getting the bounces we were
> able to "clean" the list. Subscribe/Unsubscribe and posting to the regular
> list seems to work fine.
> We have everyone send to the mail list and it all piles up for the digest.
> Well our digest went over the trigger mark and whoops! We started getting
> tons of returns.
> Below is a typical return message. These ranged from user unknown to Remote
> Protocol Error. Many were from known good addresses. Notice on the From:,
> Sender: and Errors-To: lines the domain indicates AOL and not our server
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> I'm thinking this may be an alias problem, specifically with the usage of
> the trailing comma.
More likely your mail system isn't configured to always fully
qualify addresses and AOL's mail system is. You sent out
unqualified headers (i.e. just owner-nytenants-digest instead of
email@example.com) and AOL qualified them the only way it
could (i.e. by appending its domain).