You are being redundant by putting a reply-to: header in the mailing
list that also has a reply_to setting defined. These are both doing
the same thing (and may be a cause for problems). If your .config
file settings are getting ignored, it is highly possible that the alias
for your list is not sending messages through resend. If resend is not
being used, you will not be able to configure anything about your list.
Blain Nelson wrote:
> I'm new to this list. I've been running a couple lists through my web
> host's copy of majordomo for about a year or so now. The lists have
> been very low volume (read "dead") for a long time (almost the whole
> time), so I'm not sure exactly when things happened or what, but I've
> got a couple symptoms to run by y'all to see if this sounds at all
> Actually, let's just start with this basic. I'm putting things like
> subject-line prefixes, reply_to settings in the config files, and they
> aren't happening. When I edit them through majordomo, it says that the
> changes have been made, and when I telnet into the shell to see, the
> .config files say just what they're supposed to. But messages sent from
> the list aren't showing the changes.
> Just incase having new eyes look will help, these are the lines that
> don't seem to be working:
> message_headers << END
> reply-to: email@example.com
> subject_prefix = [$LIST]
> reply_to = firstname.lastname@example.org
> Your thoughts are appreciated.
> Take care,
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