on Mon 15-12-97 17:01 Bill Houle wrote:
>At 11:33 PM 12/15/97 +0100, Hallvard Tangeraas wrote:
>>-------------------------- "Majordomo" list ----------------------------
>>From email@example.com Mon Dec 15 17:19:46 1997
>>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Hallvard Tangeraas)
>>Reply-To: email@example.com (Hallvard Tangeraas)
>Why are there 2 Reply-Tos in the Majordomo version? Most mailers will use
>the first one only. Figure that one out and it should take care of all your
I have no idea. Could it have anything to do with my mail software or is it
a Majordomo thing?
I know for a fact that in the configuration for my mailer I have a "From:"
and a "reply to:", naturally I've set them both to the same email address.
But surely, this can't mess up messages to Majordomo lists that bad?
The "Coollist" didn't seem to have this problem.
Any ideas what could be wrong here?
>Note: one thing that may not be apparant to you now, but your users will be
>thankful: From_ and Return-Path reflect the list owner rather than the
>list. This is much cooler than Coollist because it means that bounces and
>replies from broken vacation programs will be sent to you rather than the
I see. I yet have to figure out how to understand bounces and what to do
By the way, each message from you (and several others) have been sent in
two copies (one for the list, one directly to me) -is this how a list
I thought you were supposed to send to one or the other, so the person who
initially asked the question(s) won't get two copies. After all, everybody
on the list will get all messages.
That's why I am deliberately sending all messages to ONLY the list, unless
the reply has been sent directly to me only -in that case I reply directly
to that person. I'm a little confused.
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