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On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 10:36 PM, e-letter <> wrote:
On 13/05/2011,
<> wrote:
Topics (messages 6130 through 6131):

[tdf-discuss] Re: Paid Developers
=A0 =A0 =A0 6130 - Ian Lynch <>
=A0 =A0 =A0 6131 - ??? <>

When can someone improve mailing list behaviour with web mail clients
like gmail???

Sorry, but what do you mean?
Obviously the mailinglist has no influence whatsoever how a webmail or
regular mailclient behaves.

Is this true? Surely different mailing list manager software will
function differently?

Even for this e-mail digest, the reply function results
in deletion of the original message content, apart from the text shown
above. This means a text editor has to be used...:(

Sorry, please be more descriptive. That mail (#6131) is this one:

A digest message is received
Opening the message shows all of the content
After activating the 'reply' function, the reply text box does not
contain the original digest message content

As you mentioned gmail: Gmail will not show your own messages as it
will be received by the mailinglist, but only as it leaves gmail,
similarily gmail doesn't properly quote html-messages when replying in
text-only mode ("quoting level" gets lost). So what is the exact

The problem is that replies to messages cannot be performed directly.
This behaviour does not occur in other mailing lists, e.g. gnuplot.

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