Yes, in the case where there is no entry in the virtusertable for the outgoing listname-list@hostname. However, if there is an entry in the virtusertable, it appears as though the GW relay is making the entry lowercase somewhere during the route. I just changed the moderator address to match case. Though moderate is set to "no" for now, so I wouldn't think the case on the moderator address would matter. Maybe that will help? Not only do I not want to advertise the lists, but don't want them to be able to be sent to (spammed). The restrict_post element seems to be completely deprecated.
>>> "Daniel Liston" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 10/30/03 01:43AM >>>
I would think this check should *not* be case sensitive, but I
would have to examing the "majordomo" and "majordomo.pl" scripts
to know for sure.
On the other hand, if you joined your list via an email command
to majordomo, I do not believe majordomo lower cased your address
before adding you to the list file. This could be a risk of
editing the list file by hand. If you edit the list to match the
case of your mail client's sender address, does the command work?
Charlie Smith wrote:
> Thanks Daniel. That seems to work fine with the /.*/ regexp. However, I
> noticed that it seems that the entries in the list have to match the
> senders email address with case-sensitive entries in the list matching the
> sender's email. ie. I tried sending to the list with my address (in our
> system, my address comes out mixed case), with my address in the list in
> lower case. An error came back indicating as follows: ----- Transcript of
> session follows ----- ... while talking to xxx.yyy.org.:
>>>> MAIL From:<SmithCW@yyy.org> SIZE=2739
> <<< 550 Requested action not taken - Sender not allowed 554 5.0.0 Service
> Has anyone else verified this? If so, how to get around the case not
> matching exactly?
>>>> "Daniel Liston" <email@example.com> 10/27/03 08:46PM >>>
> If you do not want your lists advertised via the lists command to just
> anyone with an email client, use the noadvertise command/setting in the
> listname.config file.
> noadvertise << END /./ END
> Dan Liston
> Charlie Smith wrote:
>> How to make it so that internet users can't see all the lists that
>> majordomo is serving? I'd prefer to have it so that just anyone would not
>> be able to see the lists running on the majordomo server.
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