>From: Tony Roder <email@example.com>
>Date: Mon, 3 Aug 1998 20:22:05 +0000
>On occasion, a subscriber's message will contain a word which Majordomo
>interprets as a command (subscribe, help, etc.), and -- as it should -- the
>message is then bounced to me.
>As I have learned from this list, I then copy the contents of the message to a
>file; I insert a line that says "Approved: <password>" at the top; and resend
>the message to the list.
>Sure enough, the message then appears on the list, except that my name appears
>in the From: field instead of the name of the original sender.
>Is there anything I can do to prevent that?
You have to delete everything above the headers of the original message. On the
first line of the body, enter the Approved header. This must be followed by the
headers of the original message without an intervening blank line. Send it to
the list posting address.