You wrote your message not to Majordomo support, but to a mailing
list of users.
However, it appears that the "archive2.pl" component of majordomo
is NOT 2000 complient. However, the damage, if not fixed is minimal.
(user using the index command for archives, will see some archives out
of order, since archives for listname.MM00 will preceed archives for
listname.MM99. The fix to archive is trivial (I'm surprised nobody has
done it) and just some updating of names for existing archives needs
to be done (updating the current or active archive will have to be
done with some care).
On Wed, 10 Dec 1997, Hall,Willis wrote:
> To: Majordomo (technical support)
> Subject: Year 2000 compliance
> Date: Wedensday, December 10, 1997
> We are currently assessing the Xerox infrastructure for Year 2000
> compliance. One of the products being used by a selective number of
> users is majordomo.
> Could you please provide me with the Year 2000 compliance statement for
> majordomo? We would like to find out if the product is compliant. If
> not, what appropriate steps is required for compliance (e.g. upgrade, patch)?
> Thank you.
> Willis Hall
> E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
> Year 2000 Infrastructure
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