Credit me with this one... I figure I'm back at ground zero since I
have asked a few RTFM's lately...
David Epstein wrote:
> My previous posting about empty subject lines elicited two replies,
> both private.
> My problem was that when I piped a BOUNCE posting through the
> script approve, it appeared without a subject line.
> One answer advised me to use the technique of editing the BOUNCE
> message by inserting an Approved: header.
> BUT the FAQ advises piping through "approve" as a less error prone
> The other answer, from Tim Connolly <email@example.com>, suggested that
> I check whether my config file had somehow become corrupted.
> So I sent the command
> writeconfig listname password
> to majordomo
> and, sure enough, back came the message that there is an error in the
> config file. A message has been sent by the system to the person in
> charge of majordomo here. It seems that an ordinary list-owner can't
> fix such corruptions him/herself.
> It's not clear how errors can arise, as majordomo is supposed to parse
> and check that any suggested change by the list-owner to the config
> file is correct. But I suppose there are always gamma rays and other
> gremlins which could be responsible.
> Anyway, thanks for the tip, Tim, though I'm not at all sure that this
> is the only thing that has gone wrong with my set-up. But I should
> have a better chance with an uncorrupted config file.
> David Epstein.
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