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Roger B A Klorese writes:
> - you must have lucked out in not having users on braindead corporate mail
> servers that send bounces and errors to the Reply-To address
Notably Microsoft Mail (as far from RFCs as you can get and still pretend
to care), Lotus cc:Mail (which does not even pretend to care), and a few
> - more important, you must have had a miracle. How does forcing users to
> reply to the list "prevent duplicates"? Yes, it keeps the people
> involved in a discussion from getting extra copies because of neglecting
> to trim the headers... but that's a pesty inconvenience.
And any halfways decent mail filtering scheme can "suppress" duplicates
based on Message-ID strings.
> You've also made it MUCH more difficult for your users to save
> bandwidth by replying only to the originator, turning your list into
> only an all-to-all jabber.
Just wait until your first flame war starts because someone was forced to
send his invective to the list at large.
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Rich Pieri <email@example.com> / Happy Fun Ball contains a liquid
Sysmonster, Unix Wrangler / core, which, if exposed due to
Prescient Technologies, Inc. / rupture, should not be touched,
I speak for myself, not PTI or SWEC / inhaled, or looked at.