>>>>> "JEDJ" == J Enrique Diaz Jolly <email@example.com> writes:
JEDJ> Sounds great, I guess I'll try it and some of its features.
Only if you feel you're up to it.
JEDJ> I know it is out of subject, but how can I disable EXPN on sendmail?
The answer to your question depends on which version you have and whether
or not you use the M4 configuration macros. Try searching the manual for
JEDJ> I don't like to have it enabled, it is really unsecure and could be
JEDJ> exploited for spamming lists and other important aliases and users.
Not if you have TLB installed. All you can possibly get is the command
line that resend is called with, which with TLB just shows 'nobody' as the
JEDJ> I think also, as you wrote about majordomo 2 it would be great for
JEDJ> lots of users to kave a kind of external module with messages in
JEDJ> order to select just a language and enable different languages.
Am I missing something, or is this a complete non-sequitur? Majordomo 2
has all messages longer than a couple of lines (i.e. welcome text, help
messages, etc.) broken out into files that the list owner has remote
control of. In addition, none of the command names are hardcoded anywhere
and you can add additional command aliases easily. Short messages are still
coded in; perhaps a future version will work towards removing them by
making global message arrays. I wanted to do this from the beginning, but
it was just too much work.
JEDJ> Well. thanks for your explanation about TLB, I will try it soon. And
JEDJ> also would like to help if possible perhabs on testing as I am not
JEDJ> involved on development majordomo II.
Well, I don't really need testers for TLB since I'm not going to work on
it. All of my effort is going into Majordomo 2 (which, by the way, can
always use more input even if you're not willing to contribute code).