>>>>> "DB" == Dave Barr <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
DB> I have a moral objection to any list which sets replies to the list.
This brings up an interesting question. What if it's up to the user? With
Majordomo2, if the list owner sets the reply_to variable, users have the
_choice_ of whether or not to receive messages with the Reply-To: header so
set. Everything defaults to not using such headers, of course, unless the
owner changes those defaults. (The same goes for subject_prefix.)
Does this still post the same problem? Some users have clients which suck
so hard that they do neither a 'reply all' nor reasonable filtering. It
seems pretty far out there to tell them to deal with it when there are
reasonable things we can do on the server side to help them.