On Mon, 02 Aug 2010 21:51:11 -0400, "R. David Murray" email@example.com wrote:
On Mon, 02 Aug 2010 20:59:52 +0200, georg.brandl firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Author: georg.brandl Date: Mon Aug 2 20:59:52 2010 New Revision: 83543
Hmm. Looking at the format of this message as it came back to me, I can see that the change to the Reply-To for checkins breaks my email filtering. Previously I could catch replies to my checkins by looking for my committer id in the 'To' field, and I would put those in a special folder, and so I would see right away that I had a message. Now they just wind up in the general python-dev and python-checkins folders, which I do not necessarily read every day. So this change will actually slow down my noticing replies.
I can't see any reliable identifying characteristic of the message which I could use to move it into the 'alert' folder. Checking the message body for 'r.david.murray python-checkins@python-org' will work most of the time, if people's email clients follow the normal quoting conventions and the reply header is left in. But it isn't going to be 100% reliable.
Would it be possible to include the committer id in the 'realname' field on the To address? (Or on the CC address).
-- R. David Murray www.bitdance.com