Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Reply settings on this list have changed
nochmal anders ;-)
Am 14.08.2012 19:13, schrieb Christian Lohmaier:
The whole point in not messing with the reply-to header is that the
message goes to everyone in the message thread.
This is what the developers want!
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.
Okay. But, if this is the main point, we currently still miss it.
Currently, without header mangling, people normally use the button
"Reply to List", if there is one. You still have to be subscribed or
you need to watch the archive, if you want to track answers to your
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