Protocol cop Rich Pieri <email@example.com> wrote:
>Raul Zighelboim writes:
>> Sometime, I want to change the From: field of the article from the
>> sender to something else, for example, 'From: majordomo-owner@domain'.
>> Is there a way to do this ?
>No. Only the originator of a message is allowed to set or change
>originator headers like From.
Wrong. Resend doesn't munge messages in transit, it receives a message
and generates a new one.
To clarify: RFC 822 says From can only be set by the sender of the
message, but list messages aren't sent by the originator directly to
the subscribers. Instead, they're usually sent to the list resender;
in the case of Majordomo, it's "resend". Resend then munges the
message any way it wants (it's now the originator of a new message)
and sends it on to the subscribers or bounces it.
To answer the question: no, Majordomo doesn't support this
out-of-the-box. If you want it, your best best is to patch "resend".