Joe and Dan,
Thanks for your responses. The patch Joe
recommended meets my needs/wants exactly!
> > Yes, one character can and does render majordomo
> > impotent in this case. The instructions state
> > "exactly" as shown. Exactly does not include a >
> > at the beginning of the line.
> > There is a patch that allows majordomo to be a bit
> > more newbie friendly in this regard.
> > Dan Liston
> The real solution in:
> _/ _/_/_/ _/ ____________
> _/ _/ _/ _/ ______________
> _/ _/ _/_/_/ _/ _/
> ......(_)/ (_)
> _/_/ oe _/ _/. _/_/ ah
> > Scott Hawley wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > Not to get myself flamed out of existence,
> > > couldn't find this anywhere in the FAQ and the
> > > majordomo-users archive doesn't seem to be
> > > I would have thought that this would be a
> > > question:
> > >
> > > How do I get majordomo to handle (i.e. not
> > > lines that begin with ">"?
> > >
> > > I want (my users) to be able to just reply to
> > > confirmation e-mail. Majordomo seems to get
> > > by the (now-standard) ">" quote marks in an
> > > so, e.g., a line with an "auth" command in it
> > > processed if it begins with a ">". This is
> > > inconvenient...I know that imailsrv has a
> > > like "If you have a normal mail program, you can
> > > probably just reply to this e-mail"...
> > > majordomo is not rendered impotent by the
> > > of one character?
> > >
> > > I'm using OS X Mail.app and even if I copy &
> paste the
> > > "auth" command, it somehow magically carries
> > > that fact that it's quoted text (even if I copy
> only a
> > > subset of the string!), so I can't seem to get
> rid of
> > > the ">"...well not with copying to a text
> > > removing the ">", and recopying back into the
> > > message...and that should not be necessary.
> > >
> > > Thanks.
> > > Scott
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