I am in favor of not mangling the reply-to header, however for other
reasons, than you, I guess. ;-)
Am 16.08.2012 15:42, schrieb Christian Lohmaier:
The only real thing that changes is that people need to use "reply to
all" instead of just "reply".
But people won´t use "reply to all". They will use "reply to list"
How can/will you know?
Well, that´s the recommendation, given to the people in several
threads on several TDF mailing lists.
And, if you use Thunderbird and you read a message, that came from a
mailing list, Thunderbirds UI suggests "Reply-To-List" rather than
If you decide to only reply to the list, and not to all, then it is
your choice to cut communication with any non-subscribers in that
Until now, I had the assumption, that everyone, who wants to take
part in the communication of a mailing list, is subscribed to the
list. Moreover, I would expect everyone before posting to the list,
that he would follow the list for a while, in order to avoid, that
he would post something, that has already been discussed over and
over on the list already. ;-)
I can start writing in Japanese to this list if that makes you feel better.
Please stick to English and German, thanks. ;-)
sorry, but I don't get the point in constructing corner cases.
I am not talking about a corner case, but I am referring to
something you call the main point, but I doubt, that the new
configuration will hit this very point. ;-)
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