I've worked on that USER thing for a bit. The three env vars recognized are
$LIST $SENDER and $VERSION. I don't know if it would be possible to add
$MEMBER or $USER as an identifier of the actual email address being sent to.
Those three variables worked in either the header or footer, which I tested.
Having the option of a $USER or $MEMBER would be fantastic. I wonder if it
would slow the process down extensively, however...
As for the other error, I also sent to majordomo at your site and got the
errors. Maybe you should upgrade to MD 1.94.5 from 1.94.4... That might
solve the problem for you.
Karl L. Pearson
Senior Consulting Systems Analyst
Senior Consulting Database Analyst
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On Fri, 15 Feb 2002, Jakob Siguršsson wrote:
I forgot one thing.
It whould be great if i chould append something like this to the bottom of
This message was sent to email@example.com via firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there a way to do this ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jakob Siguršsson" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 12:50 PM
Subject: Visible TO address for users
> I host several large email lists (more than 20.000 subscribers) using
> majordomo... Btw. Great piece of software! :-)
> We are recieving ALOT of complaints from users that do not want to be on
> list, however it“s sometimes very hard to track them down, mostly due to
> email forwarding since I cant find there real email addresses in the list.
> Is there a way to show users to what address (not just "To:
> firstname.lastname@example.org" but the real user email address (email@example.com)) the
> message was really sent in the message header or the body ????
> Any help will be much appreciated,
> Best regards,
> Jakob Sigurdsson