>>>>> "JMK" == James Michael Keller <email@example.com> writes:
JMK> Majordomo is creating a TO: header with the list's address,
Majordomo does no such thing. Unless you have hacked upon it yourself,
Majordomo doesn't touch the To: header.
JMK> Under pine, this correctly replies to the list, under netscape it
JMK> replies to the origional sender to the list by default.
You have just discovered that different mailers have different behaviors.
You cannot control this.
JMK> Any way to make majordomo export reply-to: as well?
What does 'export' mean to you? What do you want the Reply-To: header to
appear as? All Majordomo can do is put it in the message; it can't control
how a user's mailer will respond.