Take a look in the majordomo/bin directory. There is a tool called bounce
that can move users from your list into the bounces list (that you create)
and send email to the bad address. It date stamps the email address with
the date the address was moved to the bounces list too. You might need to
edit the location of sendmail inside the perl script, but it could be just
what you are looking for.
Dr. Tim wrote:
> The idea of send 'one last email message is predicated on two things:
> a.) my programming skills and criteria for the person email address being
> pulled out of a 1 gig file and processed could be suspect. What
> harm in email ling one last message incase I am wrong and not piss off
> a good long term custormer.
> b.) some of these isp send back the weirdsest messages even whnn the user
> has only a full mail box and they are NOT RFC complainanit so I can't count
> on the message I get being perfect intelligle to my robot.
> "much like my typing being intelligle to those I type this message to!"
> But thanks I completely forgot about majordomo processeing multiple commands
> in a sigle file. that helps. But still getting the final email message
> out to thyese people is still a priority for me. I will try touching
> the date command. Seems it should work but I tryied similar thing s and
> they failed. STill TAHANKS you do a lot of email responses!