On Oct 16, 2010, at 00:50 , Barbara Duprey wrote:
It is often not clear whether or not the OP is subscribed -- many can't/won't look at the full
headers or filter on them, and sometimes they join the discussion later, when the header is not
available. For somebody who really has an interest in the "care and feeding" of currently
unsubscribed users, so they can eventually be brought into the community, or at least be happy
with the software, this means that the OP may well be dissatisfied. They don't get answers, and
assume we don't care.
An additional complication here is that, as far as I have been able to see by going through the
headers of messages I have approved, there is no easy way to see that these headers have been
moderated as there is on the OOo list. Almost the only thing I see is that my email address,
albeit a little garbled, is included with a reference to the envelope (I don't remember the exact
wording, and don't have an example in front of me, so I can't be more specific.) there is no easy
filter to apply. Presumably the result of us using a different list mailer from the OOo one.
From this point of view it would be better if the unsubscribed OP's address were added to the
reply-to line, but I can't see that the moderator can do this, since (s)he merely clicks on a link.
Plus I, at least, have started sending a mail to the OP of messages I moderate, suggesting that
they subscribe. I assume other mods do this, too.
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