[Mailman-Users] Too Many Headers

Brad Knowles brad.knowles at skynet.be
Fri Jan 23 21:44:53 CET 2004

At 11:52 AM -0800 2004/01/23, Wesley T. Perdue wrote:

>  I'm using eudora on Win 2000, and it does not suppress the
>  List-* headers by default.

	Is that the only problem?!?

	Eudora 6.0 for MacOS X doesn't suppress them by default, either. 
However, if they are displayed and you click on them, the appropriate 
action will be taken.

	I have gone ahead and configured Eudora to hide these headers 
under normal circumstances, but to be honest I don't think this 
should be done by default.  Those should be displayed so that a 
normal user can do the right thing with them.  If they find that 
confusing or ugly and they can confirm that they already know what 
the right thing is, then they should be free to do what I have done 
-- but that shouldn't be done by default.

Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>

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