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provides an alternative service for most mailing lists.c.f. bug 424647
maillog: 14/04/2005-14:10:34(-0600): Jason Wever types
> On Thu, 14 Apr 2005, Chris Gianelloni wrote:
> > Reply-to-All is evil. You should be using Reply-to-List. I know that I
> > sure don't need to get the same email both on and off-list. Off-list
> > emails should be reserved only for when you explicitly do not want to
> > send to the list and only to the original email's author.
> And just how many mail clients support reply-to-list (which in and of
> itself doesn't have well defined standards and is not adhered to in any
> specific way by the myriads of mailing list software packages out there)?
> Not very many last I checked.
"L" seems to work fine great in mutt. I do not have the word "gentoo"
mentioned in my muttrc, but it properly got the address from the
"List-Post" header. I also tried it on a "List-Post:<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>"
posting (that was CCed to @lists) and it was properly addressed to
Congratulations. There is at least one properly behaving mail client.
It will be known how proper if it sets the Mail-FollowUp-To: header on
> Best for now to deal with whether you want Reply-To to be altered or use
> Reply-To all.
I don't really care, but out of principle -- don't touch the header is
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