>>>>> "AS" == Amy Shapiro <email@example.com> writes:
AS> 1. Can majordomo alphabetize the members on the mailing list?
You should not expect the list to be kept in any order. If necessary,
though, you can sort it externally.
Why is it necessary to keep the list in any order at all? There is a
preferred order (reversed domain), but it is decidedly not alphabetical.
If you just want the output of the who command to be sorted, that is a
AS> 2. Is there someway to force subscribers to enter their names?
Majordomo works on addresses, not names. The only verification it does is
to make sure that the address is syntactically valid. What's a name,
anyway? It would require human intervention to verify, and you can get
that by making the list closed.
AS> 3. If a person is already on the list, but only their email address
AS> appears, is there a way to enter their names without unsubscribing them
AS> and re-subscribing them with their names in the command line?
Not unless you want to edit the list directly.
AS> 4. Is there someway to subscribe people and suspend the
Not without editing the code. There was a patch posted here within the
last several months that lets you turn off the welcome message by setting a
list variable; I'm sure it's in the archives.