On Oct 19, 2010, at 13:50 , Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2010-10-18 6:27 PM, Barbara Duprey wrote:
Even if the Reply=To were modified, wouldn't the inclusion of the OP on
the messages fall apart as soon as somebody didn't use Reply All?
The purpose of Reply-To header is to manage how replies are handled.
Reply All is not necessary if the Reply-To header is correct and you use
a standards compliant mail client that doesn't ignore it.
Unfortunately, Charles, about 99.3% of the general public, or, say, 87.2% of the people on this
list don't have such a mail client. At the moment I'm using Mac Mail, which pulls the sender's
name if I press Reply, and everybody's name if I press Reply All. As far as I remember Outlook has
the same characteristics. I can't remember what T-Bird did on Linux and I haven't used pine in a
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