Paul Haas writes:
> Our cheap hack is to have the sender put the list as a blind carbon
> ("Bcc:") when he explicitly did not want replies to go the list. I'd
> like to see a more elegant solution.
My solution is to munge headers to ensure the list name appears in
the To: address. This allows people with mailers that support both
reply and group-reply functions to work corectly. Messing with Reply-To
headers is a mistake. I learned that the hard way. It's a simple
and naive answer to the problem. I fell for it, and many others have
too. It, however, is a cure worse than the problem.
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