Oliver Xymoron, Monday, December 13, 1999 1:11 PM:
> > I thought sendmail's expanding owner- addresses *was* the reason for the
> > comma.
> I'm not sure what the problem you're pointing to is. Is it that people can
> do an EXPN remotely?
No, it's that if you do not put the comma in there, sendmail ends up writing
a receieved line containing the previously unknown to the world at large
alias you are using to get majordomo/resend to process the message.
> For me, it wasn't working _with_ the comma. Majordomo thought it was
> getting invoked for a different domain than the one it should have been -
> the next in the alias file in fact. I sent it a command at foo.org, it
> comes back with a response from bar.org. Since Majordomo internally
> shouldn't know what domains it runs on except by the command line
> argument, the screw-up had to be internal to sendmail. Taking out the
> comma appears to have solved the problem.
That sounds like a complete side-effect of something else.
> System in question has sendmail 8.9.x.