On Fri, 13 Sep 2002 00:30:31 +0200 Simone Piunno email@example.com wrote:
but on the usability side, the very common reply-to-list case is made more difficult for the user (he can't 1-click-reply to the list only : he has to reply to all and then remove the unwanted addresses).
You assumed that doing a group reply is (significantly) more difficult than doing a personal reply, as well as that the recipient list must be edited in either case. In general neither assumption is supportable.
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