[Mailman-Users] Re: Reply to list
adam.steer at alia.org.au
Fri Feb 6 02:43:24 CET 2004
hmm. seems the preceding discussion is a good example of why 'reply to
list' could be a bad thing ;-)
reply-to-list is a *configurable* thing, on a per-list basis, without
needing access to anything except a MM list admin interface. I'd hope
system admins of any experience would be able to handle inspecting
default configurations and adjusting them to suit.
whether or not reply-to-list is good, bad, or ugly is moot. it's an
option system admins [and individual list admins - independently] are
able to exercise control over.
..and you still get to manually adjust 'to', 'cc', 'bc' addresses in..
hang on - every - mail client. oh, about every time you send an e-mail.
it's a basic rule of e-mail since day dot: check your target addresses,
just like paper mail...
we find it pretty useful for our small-but-active e-list communities.
Some don't like it, so they change their lists to 'reply to sender'.
move on? I vote yes.
>>> Brad Knowles <brad.knowles at skynet.be> 6/02/2004 12:13:01 pm >>>
At 5:02 PM -0800 2004/02/05, Mark Dadgar wrote:
> Cool! I'm a Level 10 Paladin with 115 hit points!
If you want to talk about D&D, I do have a number of characters
could discuss. Which version would you prefer to start with? The
original boxed edition, AD&D, 2nd edition AD&D, or something else?
Maybe you'd prefer to talk about real-world things?
Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
-Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania.
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