....sorry. Typo [MYLIST} in my earlier message should be brackets on both
ends, not the right-hand "brace". So, it would be:
subject_prefix = [MYLIST]
At 07:40 PM 7.27.2002 -0500, Jack L. Stone wrote:
>Dunno why you have a problem with the footer, but I had the same problem
>with the subject_prefix and just wound up using:
>subject_prefix = [MYLIST}
>....which works fine....
>At 07:14 PM 7.27.2002 -0400, Eric Gorr wrote:
>>In my config file which I got from sending the 'config' command to the
>>server, I see:
>> # subject_prefix [word] (undef) <resend>
>> # This word will be prefixed to the subject line, if it is not
>> # already in the subject. The text is expanded before being used.
>> # The following expansion tokens are defined: $LIST - the name of
>> # the current list, $SENDER - the sender as taken from the from
>> # line, $VERSION, the version of majordomo.
>>subject_prefix = $LIST
>> # message_footer [string_array] (undef) <resend,digest>
>> # Text to be appended at the end of all messages posted to the
>> # list. The text is expanded before being used. The following
>> # expansion tokens are defined: $LIST - the name of the current
>> # list, $SENDER - the sender as taken from the from line, $VERSION,
>> # the version of majordomo. If used in a digest, no expansion
>> # tokens are provided
>>message_footer << END
>>Some footer text
>>However, when sending a message to the mailing list, neither
>>subject_prefix nor message_footer information is being used.
>Jack L. Stone,
Jack L. Stone,