In message <35C86E068A7@marketing.wharton.upenn.edu>,
"Loren Miller" writes:
>The majordomo user is major:major, which is in the trusted list for
>sendmail. The owner of the list is loren:users, which is not in the
>trusted list for sendmail. Email sent to the list that bounces for
>some reason is sent to loren to be approved. Assuming the message
>should go to the list, as loren I pipe the message to approve.
>Current behavior seems to be thus: the message goes to the direct
>version of the mailing list with the original, correct From line. So
>far so good. But the mailing list also has a digested version, and
>when the file gets written into the Digests/listname-digest directory
>the original From line is prepended with a ">" character and another
>>From line with value owner-listname is inserted above it in the
>headers. When this file is processed by digest it discards the
>original From line and keeps the new, wrong one, thereby losing the
>original sender information in the digest version of the mailing
Sounds like digest needs to be hacked to delete any "From " line in
the headers. Majordomo-workers people, does this sound right?
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