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2012/8/2 Florian Effenberger <>:
today, a discussion started on the certification mailing list whether we
want to get rid of those mailing list prefixes in the subject, like
[libreoffice-announce], [libreoffice-conference] or [tdf-discuss].

This would be helpful in several ways, like DKIM and other e-mail signing
tools don't break, plus it looks much better in the mail overview.

However, this depends on how people filter their e-mail. Filtering on the
subject line is a *real* bad idea, rather use the List-Post or List-Id
header. However, some mail clients don't support that.

I am using GMail for all of my stuff and I think it is not possible to
set up a filter to the source of the mail as mentioned above.

And, as others mentioned, you always know "where you are" when
answering. This also a thing for GMail, where you are not able to see
a thread-tree as in Thunderbird.

My 2ct


Volker Merschmann
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