It sounds more like somebody fat fingered an address than it does majordomo or
sendmail switching a letter with one so close to it from a keyboard perspective.
I have been using majordomo since 1.9(something before 3) in large and small
environments, and have never seen this.
George Booth wrote:
> Something very strange happened the other day, and we're still trying to figure
> it out. Apparently, an address on one of our listservs, with an @usm.edu
> address, managed to come through (and bounce back to the owner) as @uxm.edu
> Checking the list, the address is correct, but somehow between the email
> hitting the list and being delivered to the recipients of the list, the 's' in
> @usm.edu was translated into an 'x'. Has anyone ever encountered something of
> this nature before? Our email team is looking into it from their end, but they
> wanted me to find out if any other majordomo user has encountered this
> particular (and weird) behavior before.
> George Booth G.Booth@usm.edu
> Systems Analyst II firstname.lastname@example.org
> Majordomo Admin email@example.com
> Office of Technology Resources http://ocean.st.usm.edu/~ghbooth
> University of Southern Mississippi
> ex phantasma veritas...
> in illusion, truth...