Majordomo

A majordomo is a person who speaks, makes arrangements, or takes charge for another. Typically, the term refers to the highest (major) person of a household (domūs or domicile) staff, who acts on behalf of the (often absent) owner of a (typically) large or significant residence. Similar terms include castellan, concierge, chamberlain, seneschal, ...
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Majordomo

[software] Majordomo is a mailing list manager (MLM) developed by Brent Chapman of Great Circle Associates. It is written in Perl and works in conjunction with sendmail on UNIX and related operating systems. The name majordomo is derived from the Latin `major domus` meaning `master of the house`; in English, the word is used to refer to a l...
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Majordomo

basically it's a set of scripts which you can download for free, and they take care of automatically adding and removing people from a mailing list - it also allows the list admin to set up various policies which it enforces - it can automatically send all postings to a moderator for review, or just postings which exceed a certain size, or only all...
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Majordomo

Standard software for list servers.
Found on http://www.isomatic.co.uk/WBGlossary.htm
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