It would be my first guess that instead of defining $whereami with
static information in your /etc/majordomo.cf file, you have something
$whereami = `/bin/dnsdomainname`;
Using a command where a value should be, introduces CrLf to the end
of the value, which ends up introducing blank lines into headers,
which in turn are interpreted as the end of the headers and the
beginning of the body of the message.
Change your majordomo.cf so that;
$whereami = "hostname.yourdomain.tld";
Tige Richardson wrote:
> I am having a peculiar problem. I have searched google.groups.com and
> did not find an answer so I am hoping someone here is willing to help
> point me to some specific documentation or a configuration file where I
> can fix this.
> For some reason every time a message is mailed to one of our majordomo
> aliases the following appears in the body instead of the header:
> Precedence: bulk
> I found this in the .config file for the aliases in question, but it
> should be a part of the header and not the body. Can anyone tell me how
> to fix this?
> I am running:
> RedHat Linux 2.4.2-2
> Majordomo v1.94.5
> Postfix 20010202-4
> Thanks in advance for any help!