This has been covered quite a few times on this list. Most
likely, you are sending majordomo commands by echoing things
through a pipe to mail or sendmail as the root user to
majordomo. If you are not doing this, make sure there is
not a root-owned cron job doing this.
The other piece of this equation is that any name without an
@domain.name in the address is considered invalid by majordomo
in an "out-of-the-box" configuration. Search back through the
mailing list archives to see the regular expression to change
on line 605 of majordomo.pl if you must send messages to
majordomo from the command prompt.
> What does the below, mean...and how do I fix it?
> everything else works great..
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: MAJORDOMO ABORT (mj_majordomo)
> Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 07:07:29 -0400
> From: Majordomo@kompukit.dyndns.org
> Reply-To: Majordomo@kompukit.dyndns.org
> To: Majordomo-Owner@kompukit.dyndns.org
> MAJORDOMO ABORT (mj_majordomo)!!
> Majordomo@kompukit.dyndns.org: root is not a valid return address.