Maybe I am not understanding fully. Are you saying if someone hits the
reply or reply-all button when trying to respond to a majordomo confirm
message that the "To:" part of their message composer is not properly
populated with "firstname.lastname@example.org"?
Have you tried viewing with various clients? Eudora, Outlook, Pine,
Netscape? A "Reply-To:" is not a requirement for being able to reply
to a message, just a "From". Your message can be replied to, and it
did not have a "Reply-To:" header. This message is proof of that.
john doe wrote:
> We are running redhat 7.0 and majordomo 1.94.5 with sendmail. We had a
> system crash and restored from tape. Since the restore, any
> subscription request sent to majordomo is returned with a blank reply to
> address. The message to confirm the subscription is correct, but users
> cannot reply because the reply to field is blank. I have looked in
> various files, but cannot find a solution. Any help would be greatly
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