>From: Dave Sill <de5 @
>If you can, the best approach is to change the aliases on the old
>server to point to the new server. This works especially well when
>the same list manager is used for both lists. It's trivial to
>implement (compared to the dummy server method you described), places
>a minimal burden on the old server, and is easy for users. You just
>tell them to use the new address in the future (and change published
>references to the new address). If they forget and use the old
>address it magically works.
This works fine if the server is moving, but I am talking about moving
just one or a few lists. Thus the LISTSERV or Majordomo program still
gets the mail, but we need some way to intercept messages for lists that
have been moved.