On Wed, 25 Mar 1998, JSkaggs@NAIC.ORG wrote:
> mylist: "|/usr/majordomo/wrapper resend -l mylist -h webmaster.naic.org
> mylist-outgoing: :include:/usr/majordomo/lists/mylist
> mylist-request: "|/usr/majordomo/wrapper request-answer mylist"
> Messages are sent out OK. It is only the To: that is incorrect. We're
> not sure if it is a Majordomo setting or a LMS setting or a sendmail
What does Lotus have to do with this at all. Is it the case that
only recipients on some Lotus Notes system are seeing the list
of all recipients? If so, have you checked that they are seeing the
list of ALL recipients or just the ones who are also on the same Lotus
Notes system. Put some non LN user on the the list and see what happens.
I think that Lotus Notes displays all the recipients it knows about
(basically the envelope-to contents) irrespective of the RFC-822 headers.
If you find a way to turn of this obnoxious behavior of LN, please
post it back to the list, so that list managers can know what do
tell people who complain who use LN to get mail from the Internet.
In another matter, someone on the Lotus Notes system on campus needed a
message diagnosed and I asked for them to send me the message with full
headers. I also told them that if they didn't know what that meant they
should ask the person who manages their LN system. He (the LN postmaster)
then asked me what full headers were. When I explained, his answer was,
"We can't do that because Notes is more than just an Email system."
My experience is that Lotus Notes and internet services don't mix well.
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