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>>>>> "GS" == "David G Simmons <- Java Technologist - Cary NC"
>>>>> <David.Simmons@East.Sun.COM>> writes:
GS> I would actually argue that the documentation is very good *for UNIX
GS> heads*, but for the great unwashed, it is too vague and 'techie' (at
GS> least this is the feedback *I* get from a few folks helping me, who are
GS> *not* UNIX-literate.
I would argue that you have not read majordomo.ora through, because is not
targeted at Unix heads. Quite the contrary, it is targeted at people
willing to learn something about Unix environments as part of the process
of setting up Majordomo and mailing lists.
Try reading it without the attitude that "this is for Unix geeks; I'll
never understand it" and maybe you (and everyone else) will discover that
this is not rocket science.
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