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On 2010-10-15 9:58 AM, James Wilde wrote:
On Oct 15, 2010, at 13:43 , Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2010-10-15 2:18 AM, James Wilde wrote:
Is it possible to add an indication that a message has been
passed by the moderators to the subject line, or as a secondary
header in the message itself?  This way those answering the OP
will know that they need to add his/her personal address to the

Doesn't it make more sense just to modify the Reply-To header (to
both the list and the OP) and let the mail client just do the right

You mean automatically, or in the copy of the message that comes to 
the moderators?  I didn't think that any changes one made to this 
would percolate through to the message subsequently posted to the 
list, but I'm willing to try.

Yes, automatically... if the list software cannot do it natively, then
someone could write a custom handler (at least in mailman you can do
this, if exmlm can't then thats another reason to change) that would
accept posts from non-members, but with some extra processing where it
modified the Reply-To headers.

The reason allowing non-members to post is a problem (endless questions
and explanations) is *because* these messages are currently handled


Best regards,


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