I tried to find a way to do this last year myself. I never really got a
straight answer on it; but was able to deduce that majordomo does not
support this. I came across a statement that basically said that to have
such a feature would require sending a unique email to each user on a list;
whereas the current system is designed to send the same email to multiple
recipients. Changing majordomo to allow a unique message for each user
(whatever form that takes) would dramatically increase the resources
required to send the message out (especially for larger lists).
I have several email addresses on a mailing list that appear to be
forwarded to obsolete email addresses. When the messages bounce, I have no
way to know what the original email address is. I know it *should* be in
the "Received" headers, but it is not.
At 10:10 AM 1/4/02 -0800, Rich Morin wrote:
>I posted a message a few weeks ago about a very similar question.
>A footer would be fine for my purposes; so would an X-header. I
>just need a way to let folks know the address I used to reach them.