My favorite arrangement is as email@example.com uses. All replies go to the
poster, who posts the summary. For problem solving lists, this minimizes the
number of things I have to read. But I replied just to the list, for jim.
If this list maintained this policy, the present reply-to-sender config would
be optimal. Anyway, I _highly_recommend, even request, this approach/policy.
I have dropped several lists that are really useful & necessary, but I just
don't have the time to handle 200 + emails per day.
> >PS - I am use to lists where everyone sends JUST to the list unless
> >it is personal. If everyone did that on here you would only get
> >one response - instead of the two I am getting from everyone!
> The problem is the list itself. When you do a reply, the return
> address is not the list, but the sender. Maybe someone should
> change it so it goes to the list?
> Jim Serio firstname.lastname@example.org
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