> > Um... maybe I am missing something here, but why would something that is
> > *NOT* supported be documented?
> Well, just because majordomo is not mime aware, it doesn't follow that
> it must be unaware of its unawareness of mime. Since mime is an internet
> standard, it's not unreasonable to ask for a word of warning. If you put
> an smtp mailer out that ignored mx records, you'd want to say that
> _somewhere_ in the documentation.
MIME was designed to work with transports that are unaware of it, otherwise
it couldn't have been used until all the mailers on the internet had
been replaced. Majordomo just acts as a special case of a transport
when exploding a list and thus has no need to understand MIME content
in order to deliver it. Put MIME in, you'll get MIME out. What would
you expect it to do differently if it were aware of MIME?