On Thu, 29 Oct 1998, mike klein wrote:
> I have several lists running under majordomo-1.94.4 on IBM AIX. I know
> there has to be a way to tell majordomo to simply ignore (or just
> notify) errors such as a bad email address. In my lists, whenever there
> is a bad address, the message in not sent to the rest of members of the
> list. Neither the list owner nor the root user get any notification.
> This is too common a problem not to have some simple fix. Help!
This is not really a problem with majordomo, except that it does
not deal with the problem that arises from incorectly configured mail
servers. UNLESS, you have your sender set to the list, in which case the
mail servers are behaving as they are suposed to. It WOULD be nice, if
(and I don't know if this is the case or not) resend caught these messages
sent to the list, and sent them to the owner. Now, if you are saying the
original poster is getting the message, and no one else, then that could
also be a case of a misconfigured sender, or a misconfigured mail server
also, but there is NOTHING that majordomo can do about getting that
message to the right person, if it does not ever see it.
Jason Rasku, Box 270, Rossland, B.C., V0G 1Y0, (250) 362-5701,
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