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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: overall communication guidelines and reply-to mangling

Hi Regina, *,

Am 30.11.2011 16:53 schrieb Regina Henschel:
Friedrich Strohmaier schrieb:


No. This can happen if accidently a poster uses "reply to all" instead
of "reply-to-list", without trimming the posters address.

I use Seamonkey and there I see nothing like "reply-to-list", there is
only (1)"Antwort auf dieses Nachricht" and (2)"Antwort an Absender and
alle Empfänger".
(1) generates a mail to "reply-to" if set and to "from" in the other cases.
(2) generates a mail to "reply-to" if set and CC "from" and other CCs,
or if "reply-to" is not set to "from" and CC other CCs.

So how to "reply-to-list"?

If I recall well, there was an addon - at least for thunderbird in early
days. But couldn't find somesuch during a quick search.

As I don't use Seamonkey, I don't know if and where this funktion
exists. The oldstyle Netscape/Thunderbird way was to use reply-to-all
and trim the posters address.

Maybe someone else can help.

By the way: Adding information like that, was one part of my intention
to improve the communication style info.

<not that serious>
Given $my_cool_software=Thunderbird;

With $my_cool_software "reply-to-list" is offered for each mail
containing a "list-post" -header so Your problem is solved if You just
use $my_cool_software.
</not that serious>

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