Friedrich Strohmaier wrote on 2011-10-23 20:44:
leave user added reply-to alone, don't set reply-to $list.
to my experience, that's the solution that will break most lists, as
most clients simply reply to the original poster then instead of to the
list. And even many of our admins don't manage to use the "reply to
list" feature, sadly. :-) Not talking about webmail like Google, that
breaks things even more.
What experiences did others make?
So simply "answer" will answer the author wherever she likes, "answer to
list" will do as described. And both will do as intended.
Most webmail does not contain reply-to-list.
For which lists would you prefer that behaviour? All lists, or only a
set of lists?
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