"Christopher A. Adams" <email@example.com> wrote:
>I have a list that has adminstrivia=no. The list owner received an
>Admin request of type /\bcancel\b/i at line 6. It is obvious that
>there was a trigger word caught, but why did it happen with
>administrivia=no. In the FAQ it says that if that doesn't work to
>see if resend is using the -s switch. My alias entry for the list
>pskinfo: "|/usr/local/majordomo/wrapper resend -l pskinfo -f pskinfo-Owner
> -h sparkie.osl.state.or.us -r pskinfo -s pskinfo-outgoing"
>Is there something in there that could be causing this?
Your alias includes the '-s' switch, and the '-s' switch tells 'resend'
to perform administrivia checking regardless of what the list config
Edit the alias to remove '-s', run 'newaliases', and then either send a
test message to the list or wait for a subscriber to send something
that would normally trip the administrivia filter.