[Mailman-Users] The "right" way to reply to a mailing list / Re:

Roel Wagenaar roel at wagenaar.nu
Mon Mar 23 13:07:08 CET 2015

"A.K. Eyma" <ayma at tip.nl> wrote:


> Having all mail of a list come in with [listname] first in each subject line
> is more tidy. In that way you would differentiate at one glance in your inbox
> between

Filtering maillist messages to a folder per list is a far more tidy way of
dealing with the problem of identifying messages.

Hell even Thunderbird can do that:


> Re: [Mailman-Users] The "right" way
> for responses that have been sent offlist to you
> and
> [Mailman-Users] Re: The "right" way
> for responses that have been sent onlist, i.e. via the list.
> [] is the list's 'stamp' on mails, why insert it after Re:?
> I am making sense, really! ;))
> kind regards, Aayko Eyma

Roel Wagenaar,

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