On Wed, 17 Jun 1998, Jeff Lasman wrote:
; 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.
When you "reply to all," it will do exactly that: address the message
to all the address you are directly replying to and all of the other
original recipients. If that is not what you want to happen, then
don't "reply to all."
; I suppose Netscape, then, isn't what you call a "halfway decent mail
; client", but nevertheless, a lot of people use it.
Normal "Netscape vs real mail client" flames aside, I've seen that
very behavior in every mail client I`ve used or tried: Eudora,
Pegasus, Forte's Agent, pine, elm, mail, Mail, Netscape 3, Netscape 4,
MS Internet Mail, MS Outlook, Outlook Express, Outlook98, etc, etc,
In terms of Reply-To: with a Majordomo list, the solution to this is
for the +list+ to be configured with "reply_to = listname" instead of
"reply_to = $SENDER". That second one is apparently the way this list
Jeffrey Kaplan <*> I'm set up for PGP. Are you?
email@example.com <*> There is only one "l" in my name.
There is no need to copy to me via email a newsgroup follow-up.
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