Roger Klorese wrote:
> So if someone sends a message that says "I'm so mad at Newsweek I'm
> going to unsubscribe" you want them removed from the list, without your
> even seeing the original erroneous request?
Nope. That isn't what I want. The rest of your rant is beside the
What I want is if someone sends a properly formatted majordomo
command to the mailing list then majordomo should perform the command
as if it was sent to list-request. "subscribe" is a command.
"unsubscribe" is a command. "index" is a command. "info" is a
command. Only check the first line. If it is a properly formatted
command then treat the whole message as nothing but commands. If it
isn't a properly formatted command then treat the message as text.
IMO this would get around a lot of the problems I've had with
administrivia getting too many false positives, as well as reducing
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