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provides an alternative service for most mailing lists.c.f. bug 424647
Jason Wever wrote:
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> 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.
> Best for now to deal with whether you want Reply-To to be altered or
> use Reply-To all.
> - -- Jason Wever
> Gentoo/Sparc Co-Team Lead
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> firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list
Is there an extension for Thunderbird to add a reply-to-list function?
For the record, I clicked reply instead of RTA out of habit. I guess I
just came to expect reply to go back to the intended audience (the list
in this case). Similar to (most) business users expecting replies to be
at the top of the email instead of the bottom.
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