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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Reply settings on this list have changed


Hi Stefan, *,

On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 11:41 PM, Stefan Weigel
<stefan.weigel@bildungskreis.org> wrote:
Am 14.08.2012 19:13, schrieb Christian Lohmaier:
[...]
They don't want to have to be subscribed (since they already
receive enough mail to deal with). They want to be able to send a
request for feedback to the list and receive the replies without
the need to subscribe first or to check mail-archives.

Does this really make sense? The sender of the request would only
receive those mails, that are a direct response to his question.

Not only direct repsonses, but all responses that keep using "reply to all".
Only if someone breaks this by replying only to the list, the initial
poster won't receive replies starting with that mail anymore.

A writes to list
B replies to list & A
C replies to posting of B that now goes to A, B & the list
D replies to posting from B, but only sends to list. A won't recieve
that copy if not subscribed.
E replies to posting to D, A won't receive that copy if not subscribed
(and E doesn't add A manaully)

ciao
Christian

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