[Mailman-Users] Fwd: Re: How to allow Poster to change default reply to from the list to the poster
jason at bilbrey.me
Fri Jan 7 01:13:28 CET 2011
The other idea I had was to create a 2nd mailing list with the exact same
members and changing the reply for the 2nd list to go to the poster. That
makes it easy for the poster... Just wish I could automatically sync to the
two lists without having to manually add/remove people to the 2nd "mirrored"
I still think the nicest idea would be the "listname at domain.com" and allow
adding a "-replytome" tag...for example: "listname-replytome at domain.com".
Simple, don't have to manage multiple lists and has the desired effect.
There could be a checkbox in the config that allows the list admin to
allow/disallow the "-replytome" tag...
Anyway, thanks for all the various ideas. I appreciate everyone's
On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 5:49 PM, Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> Ironically, or perhaps appropriately, I fumbled the addressing of this
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] How to allow Poster to change default reply to
> from the list to the poster
> From: "Mark Sapiro" <mark at msapiro.net>
> To: "Richard Damon" <Richard at Damon-Family.org>
> "Richard Damon" <Richard at Damon-Family.org> wrote:
> >I see two possibilities.
> >One is to change the settings so while you continue to add the reply
> >to list header, you do not strip it out if present. Then the quizzer
> >can add the reply to header and the list will leave that, but
> >otherwise replies go to the list ... unless someone has their email
> >program setup to add the reply to header to their mail, then replies
> >to their messages will not automatically go to the list.
> This won't work in this context. The list address will just be added to the
> posters reply to and reply will go to both addresses.
> >A second solution is to have the quizzer add a token like [Quiz] to
> >these messages, and set the list to automatically hold all messages
> >with this token. You then accept the quiz, but reject the improperly
> >sent replies. You could just filter on Re:.*\[Quiz\] to avoid holding
> >the Quiz up, but this assumes that everyone who messes up where to
> >send the replies has their program properly set up to add the Re:
> Good idea.
> Mark Sapiro - mark at msapiro.net
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