Is your list also moderated? If so, looking at the resend code, the
same address should be listed
in the restrict_post as the value of moderator.
Have you applied any of the contributed patches? I see a couple places
in the code where tr is
used when lc might make sense, but honestly, in all the years I have
been a majordomo user, I
have never seen this problem. In fact, I just tried it. Using redhat
8.0 as the OS, sendmail 8.12.8,
and majordomo 1.94.5 (with several contributed patches applied), I sent
mail to a test list where
I am listed in lower case, and restrict_post is set to the name of the
list, but I set my mail client to
send my address in upper case. No problem. All members of the list
received the message, as
did my own lower case version of my address.
Next test, I will set "basic" list aliases, and run from the unmodified
Hmmm, that worked too. Additionally, my moderate=no and moderator =
<blank>, and I sent
the messages to my list in plain text.
Next test, I will send the message using rich content. Sorry, that
Dana Holland wrote:
> I've just encountered a problem with the file that contains a list of
> subscribers to one of the lists I host. I use the restrict feature.
> It's appearing that if the user subscribed as email@example.com,
> but then later posts a message as MY.NAME@anywhere.org, it's rejecting
> the message with a non-member submission error. Is this accurate - is
> it case-sensitive? If so, does anyone have a workaround, other than
> my having to manually key in every possible combination in the
> restrict file? (which I'm not going to do)