>>>>> "CM" == CARPENTIER Michel <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
CM> For example, the RFC says that e-mail addresses may have the format
CM> like "Michel Carpentier <email@example.com>", but, if you try to
CM> zubscribe this address, only the "firstname.lastname@example.org" is inserted in the
CM> list file.
That probably means that you have strip = yes in the configuration file.
CM> Maybe this is solved in Mj 2.0, but another question is when will it be
CM> released ?
In this case, I don't see what Majordomo2 will give you that Majordomo1
with 'strip = no' won't. Majordomo2 stores additional data about
addresses, but unless you're going to be specific I can't tell you if it
stores what you want to know.
It will be released when it's done. Nobody can say when that will be.
CM> If I remember, we're talking about it for more than a year now....
Discussions about it date back several years and I have been writing the
code on and off for 17 months now. If you want it to come out faster,
perhaps you should join majordomo-workers and at least test it if not
contribute to it. Alpha 1 runs and the CVS version runs even better. It
doesn't have everything yet (no digests, in particular) but it has enough
to run some of my lists.