I believe what you're looking for is:
# subject_prefix [word] (undef) <resend>
# This word will be prefixed to the subject line, if it is not
# already in the subject. The text is expanded before being used.
# The following expansion tokens are defined: $LIST - the name of
# the current list, $SENDER - the sender as taken from the from
# line, $VERSION, the version of majordomo.
subject_prefix = <ListName>
Steve Moulton wrote:
> I have a customer who has gotten himself in some hot water by
> blindly replying to a mailing list rather than a user. He
> wants me to rewrite the "From:" lines so that rather than
> From: email@example.com
> they read
> From: [listname] firstname.lastname@example.org
> so that the From: address stands out more and he is less likely
> to blindly reply. He asserts that listserv can do this.
> I've been through the FAQ, and, short of making changes to resend,
> I don't see a way of doing this.
> . Has anyone dealt with a request like this?
> . How?
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