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Subject: Re: Couple of questions
From: Daniel Liston <dan @ sonny . org>
Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2002 13:51:12 -0600
To: David Hooker <dhooker @ a4networks . com>
Cc: majordomo-users @ greatcircle . com
References: <001301c197a5$bf829a50$7500a8c0@DHOOKER>

Hi David,

> David Hooker wrote:
> I have questions, and I haven't found anything in the readmes or faqs...
> 1) How do I add the listname to the email subject, like so many lists do?  I.e. "[mylist] Some subject"

in your /pathto/majordomo/lists/listname.config file;

subject_prefix      =	[$LIST]

> 2) How do I add a banner to the bottom of each message?

in your /pathto/majordomo/lists/listname.config file;

message_footer      <<  END
-- (dash dash space signifies signature/footer)
this is line one of the footer/banner message
this is line two
line three
and protocol says no more than four lines.

> For each of these, I tried setting it in the list's config file, but it doesn't seem to work.  Is this something resend is supposed to do?  How can I make sure resend is working?

If your config file does not get read, resend can't work. 
If you do not call "resend" from the list's alias, the
config file only manages your subscriber policy.  
Example aliases utilizing resend;

test: "|/pathto/majordomo/wrapper resend -l test test-outgoing,null"
test-outgoing: :include:/pathto/majordomo/lists/test
null: /dev/null

Note: Using ",null" in the alias prevents sendmail from 
publishing your "test-outgoing" delivery alias in the 
"Received:" headers of outgoing list messages.

Dan Liston

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