>>>>> "TT" == Ted Timmons <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
TT> Try this URL: http://help.netscape.com/kb/server/960525-22.html
TT> Netscape says their _unix_ mail server will support _DELIVERY_ to
TT> majordomo, but it doesn't talk about :include: files.
Right; it would be horribly broken if it couldn't deliver to a program.
There _are_ ways around needing :include: files.
TT> On a (very slightly) related subject, does your TLB work with qmail,
TT> Jason? Would it help?
TLB should mostly work with qmail. The problem is that TLB was programmed
to do damn near anything possible to get the mail through, even to the
point of calling the mailer on the command line and talking SMTP over a
pipe to it. Unfortunately qmail doesn't have a way to do this, so when you
run the internal tests, they will fail. This shouldn't actually be harmful
as long as qmail will never deny an SMTP connection from localhost. (I've
been told it won't.)
A more important question is whether or not TLB is useful with qmail. The
answer is probably no, unless you want to split the delivery duties between
more than one host or want to set up transparent remote exploders.
Note that TLB is no longer being developed, having been completely subsumed
(albeit with lots of important changes) into what will become Majordomo