[Mailman-Users] question about reply-to munging
jonc at nc.rr.com
Thu Jan 30 15:27:23 CET 2003
This isn't quite a feature of Mailman.
If you wanted to hack into Mailman and make that change, then it looks
like a good place to start would be:
Another of the usual suspects would be:
You will find most of Mailman's source code in ~mailman/Mailman and it's
grep -i reply_to *
grep -i reply_to */*
Good Luck, and be sure to publish what you find out!
On Wed, 2003-01-29 at 14:27, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> dear all,
> i set up a mailman list a long time ago with reply-to munging enabled.
> i'd rather not change that, because i foresee a billion emails "why
> aren't my emails going to the list anymore"?
> normally, sent email doesn't contain "reply-to:" unless the
> user specifically sets it.
> is there a way for mailman to set reply-to back to the list *except* for
> the case where someone explicitly sets the reply-to himself? that way,
> users have a choice.
> if not,
> 1. can i request this as a feature?
> 2. if i were to hack mailman to try to implement this feature, where
> would i start to look for the relevent code?
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