firstname.lastname@example.org wanted us to know:
>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...
No, the current implementation sends a single message to an email alias
that your mail server expands out to the list of email addresses (or
bulk mailer breaks up for you). In both cases, majordomo has no notion
of who the final list of email recipients are. It is just sending it to
one email address that is defined on your mail server.
Yes it would slow the process down a little, but not too much (unless
you've got 50K user lists).
Blue skies... Todd
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