>>>>> "BC" == Brent Chapman <Brent@GreatCircle.COM> writes:
>> Shauna Lemons email@example.com
BC> By Majordomo's definition, there's nothing there to strip, because
BC> there's nothing in parentheses or angle brackets.
Right. This should be considered a bug, but I honestly have to say that I
think fixing it is beyond the scope of 1.94. I can probably rewrite the
address parser to be much more correct but it will end up being something
like 30 times its current size. Not something you want to do after you've
BC> Sendmail will treat it as 3 addresses ("Shauna", "Lemons", and
Actually I recall that this is configurable... Hmmm...
>From the sendmail man page, under the -o option:
o If set, this message may have old style
headers. If not set, this message is
guaranteed to have new style headers (that
is, commas instead of spaces between
addresses). If set, an adaptive algorithm is
used that will correctly determine the header
format in most cases.
Now, how do we force this to become unset, overriding the config file?
Does this even affect a change if you're supplying addresses on the command
Even this is a bandaid solution, but I can't come up with anything better
at the moment.