I use the following in our majordomo.cf 'global_taboo_body' to block
attachments but pass HTML formatted posts, and it works fine (so far) on
all of my lists.
Maybe as to why yours doesn't, I keep my majordomo.cf file in my
majordomo homedir, and had to change many of my scripts, including
resend, to point to that location to get them to execute correctly, as
the default seems to be '/etc/majordomo.cf'
I am by no means any resemblence of a MD expert, but I would also think
that MD would flat out not work if the majordomo.cf file was not linked,
as it seems to be a 'require:' file in many scripts. Just an idea.
Best of luck,
On Friday, October 25, 2002, at 12:28 PM, Larry Aaron wrote:
> I am able to place PERL regular expressions (i.e. /Nigeria/i ) in the
> list.config [taboo_body] and bounce mail to the list owner, however
> the exact same expression in the majordomo.cf [global_taboo_body] is not
> causing the message to bounce. I am running 60+ lists and it would be
> easier if I didn't have to go into each lists config file to bounce
> I understand that administrivia can be switched off and on, but I
> global_taboo_body and global_taboo_headers is always on. Any help
> would be
> Larry E. Aaron, CAE
> Email: email@example.com