> How do I set up a list that has upper case letters in it?
> ex LHTA-L
It all depends on what MTA you're using (sendmail, exim, etc.) I'm
really only experienced with sendmail, so I'll just touch that area...
sendmail is case sensitive in its handling of aliases. You can
allow for case sensitive user names, however, by adding the F=u
flag to your Mlocal definition in /etc/sendmail.cf
(bear in mind that with the default configuration, you CAN use
upper case names to send to the list and deal with majordomo,
so long as your list config files are all named in lower case)
That still doesn't get you much, though. You would then need to
create an actual account for each alias associated with LHTA-L (well,
I guess only the actual list "needs" to be upper case -- so the others
could be lower case).
There will still be some problems. If I remember correctly, majordomo
1.94.4 doesn't allow for uppercase list names in some situations.
I think it was the 'who' command and a couple of others that
automatically converted the list to lowercase. Oddly enough, other
commands still worked.
So in short, you can't do it with majordomo 1.94.4 without some
patches. You also will have a heck of a time getting sendmail
to do what you want. If you want lowercase list names to work
as well as uppercase, just make sure that the files for your list
are all lowercase -- sendmail and majordomo automagically case-
densensitize the appropriate commands and aliases.