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James Mills prologic at shortcircuit.net.au
Thu May 27 10:49:28 EDT 2004

On Fri, May 28, 2004 at 12:35:38AM +1000, Nikolai Lusan wrote:
> [ Humbug *General* list - semi-serious discussions about Humbug and     ]
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> On Thu, 2004-05-27 at 23:32, James Mills wrote:
> > > While I agree with you on this one there are several schools of thought.
> > > Last time we had this jihad here it was long and messy and those on the
> > > side of right (ie. those who like the Reply-to header) lost ;)
> > 
> > Why ? This practise is considered standard amongst many Mailing Lists I
> > come across...
> And other practices are considered standard amongst other lists. There
> are hundreds of email lists that people here are memebers of and the
> idea of what is "standard" varies from one person to the next.
> > I would like to see this investigated again please.
> Rather than go through all that pain again how about you look at list
> archive. http://archive.humbug.org.au/humbug-general
> > > I am interested in the mailer that you choose to use however, most
> > > mailers these days can do a "reply to list" from a keyboard shortcut.
> > 
> > I use mutt. Mutt has a 'r' (Reply) and a 'g' (Reply to Group), I have
> > not heard of a (Reply to List) function... Perhaps you can enlighten me!
> I understand from other mutt users that there is none, but that does not
> represent the majority of MUA's out there. I am using evolution at the
> moment and it does to a reply to list via ctrl-l, my prefered mailer
> pine however does not and I have to live with that choice.



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