You are not likely to hear from the 0wner-majordomo-users.
The point of this list is to ask your questions here.
It sounds like you are not making use of your listname.info
or listname.intro files. If you want majordomo customized
to your site or needs, read the perl script in majordomo.pl
and change it. Just do not distribute the modified code
back into the public. That would be a violation of the
Richard Ruppel wrote:
> I am not so much concerned about the 'success'
> confirmation email that is returned to the subscriber.
> I would like to change the 'welcome' email. When I
> subscribed to the majordomo-user mailing list, my
> welcome email contained the following:
> Here's the general information for the list you've
> subscribed to, in case you don't already have it:
> The Majordomo-Users mailing list is for discussions
> about using the Majordomo mailing list manager.
> Examples of relevant topics include questions about
> how to set up Majordomo on a particular system, bug
> reports, and "tips and tricks"...
> My mailing list 'welcome' stops after the 'in case you
> don't already have it:'. The way this reads, it seems
> like there is something in the configuration that can
> be changed to add the information.
> I've emailed the owner of the majordomo-user list to
> find out what he/she did, but so far, I've had no
> --- Darren Wyn Rees <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On Thu, Aug 24, 2000 at 07:20:15AM -0700, Richard
> > Ruppel wrote:
> > > like to change the information in this email. The
> > > second email says 'success'. I would like to
> > > eliminate this response.
> > > Any sugessions would be appreciated.
> > It's 'hardcoded' into the main majordomo perl
> > script.
> > If you want to change it, then you'll need to find
> > an editor, and hack it yourself.
> > But, why bother breaking it ? It works. It's
> > there for a reason, it has a utility value. If
> > you're a list manager, and you've sent an
> > "approve password unsubscribe..." command, you
> > need confirmation.
> > --
> > Darren Wyn Rees email@example.com
> > ASK your ISP to ADD the NEW england.* Newsgroups
> > http://www.england.news-admin.org/accessfaq.html
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