> Ed Kasky wrote::
> > For security purposes (I think) you should add nobody to the end of this
> > line:
> > /usr/local/majordomo/wrapper resend -l test test-list,nobody
> I realize I'm digging up an old e-mail, but browsing the list
> archives for a solution to problem I'm having, I came across
> this post by Ed Kasky.
> I had changed my mailing list configurations a while ago
> as there seems to be some smegheads out there who found out
> the mailinglist owner and thusly kept on sending to a
> restricted mailing list.
> Anyway, I changed it using Ed Kasky's method (adding the
> nobody at the end) and noticed ever since then, the
> root account has been inundated by mailinglist posts.
> I checked the alias files and noticed that nobody
> was aliased to root.
> Is this exactly suppose to happen? If not, am I
> doing something wrong? I am using Sendmail w/
> the latest version of Majordomo.
alias nobody to /dev/null, and the problem will go away.
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