I've just used Netscape Communicator (4.0) to "Reply All" to send the
reply to the list instead of directly to you.
As I see it, Netscape Communicator will send this post, when I press the
"send" button, to both you and to the list. That seems a bit redundant.
I suppose Netscape, then, isn't what you call a "halfway decent mail
client", but nevertheless, a lot of people use it.
I, for one, would like to see this as an option.
Rich Pieri wrote:
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> byte writes:
> > how can i force users to reply to my list, rather than to users who post
> > messages?
> You do not. Any halfways decent mail client will have appropriate commands
> to do this.
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> Rich Pieri <email@example.com> / Ingredients of Happy Fun Ball
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