You must be new to majordomo (or this list anyway). We
have had this conversation (especially about MS Outlook
users) several times in 2000 about seeing "On behalf of"
when they are subscribed to majordomo mailing lists.
If the list is not set up with a "reply_to = $LIST", it
is normal and expected that when you hit reply it will
be addressed to the original human sender of the message.
If you hit the "Reply All" button, you will still send
to the human, but also the rest of the mailing list. If
you want replies to only go to the list address, you need
to set the "reply_to = $LIST" in your $LIST.config file.
There is a way to prevent the "On behalf of" from showing
up in outlook mail clients by hacking majordomo. You have
to edit the resend script to comment out the print command
that puts in the "Sender: " header in the first place. The
line looks like this in version 1.94.5;
print OUT "Sender: $sender\n";
Just prepend a pound sign (#) to the line to comment it out.
"Stephen J. Cotton" wrote:
> When my subscribers send an email to the list they appear to be sent by the list owner on the behalf of, as shown below. Is this normal?
> From: owner-<listName>@<domainName> On Behalf Of <memberName><memberEmail>
> When I reply to one of these messages the recipient (email listed in Send To:) is the original sender of the initial message (this is expected).