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configset  GLOBAL  addr_allow_at_in_phrase = [VALUE]
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Default Value : no
Data Type     : bool, choose from: 0 n no, 1 y yes
Category      : address
Password Notes: Visible only with password. 
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EXAMPLE:
configset GLOBAL addr_allow_at_in_phrase = no


If this is true, Majordomo will allow an @ symbol in the phrase, or
unbracketed portion of an address.

Normally, the '@' symbol is only allowed to separate the local part
and domain of an address.  Any addresses with '@' symbols in the
phrase (the "comment" portion of the address) are invalid.  For
example, the following address would be invalid:

  "J.Q. Someone @ work" <someone@example.com>

Changing this setting to "yes" would make the address in the previous
example valid.


See Also:   
   help admin_domain
   help admin_subscribers
   help configset_addr_allow_bang_paths
   help configset_addr_allow_comments_after_route
   help configset_addr_allow_ending_dot
   help configset_addr_limit_length
   help configset_addr_require_fqdn
   help configset_addr_strict_domain_check

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