[ Not sure what this has to do with Mj development, so I'm redirecting
it to Mj-users. ]
[ Alexander Zimmermann writes: ]
> I'm running several mailing lists with Majordomo version 1.94.4 attached
> all system information in the file info
Well, not quite all. You forgot the aliases for the list, which is where
I suspect part of the problem is, that is, the part about the mail going
out to the list without processing. Not sure why the bounce message has
a null body however. It'd be more interesting to see the headers from a
message that was outbound than these which were inbound.
> The list 'amidstdarkness' is configured with a 'subject_prefix =
> AmidstDarkness'. Several threads are running on the list. One of the
> threads with the subject 'Wen-huan & Alain' doesn't get the prefix
> attached, but goes out to the mailing list. The listowner gets an email
> with the subject
> 'BOUNCE firstname.lastname@example.org: Admin request of type /\buns\w*b/i at line'
> and no body.
1 > >> "The future is like a river, it's banks defined and it's course laid
2 > >> out. Your journey down it however is different every time you travel
3 > >> it however." Wen-huan replies.
4 > > Alain laughs. "Good so, isn't it. How cursed we were if the future was
5 > > unchanging. - So, it's a gamble after all. One way or the other."
6 > Wen-huan shrugs. "The Arcadia of the Fae falls to the Forces of the
7 > Christian Hell and worse, their arises an unstoppable tide of Order and
\buns \w* b
Looks like a match to me. You might want to remove that particular regex
from the $admin_body variable in your majordomo.cf since it seems to be
catching more than you'd like.