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Default reply to the mailing-list instead of sender
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Cecil Westerhof
2017-12-19 09:30:21 UTC
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With most mailing-lists when replying with GMail a reply is default send to
the mailing-list, but with this mailing-list it is default send to the
sender. Would it be possible to change this?
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Cecil Westerhof
Lennart Poettering
2017-12-19 11:41:49 UTC
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With most mailing-lists when replying with GMail a reply is default send to
the mailing-list, but with this mailing-list it is default send to the
sender. Would it be possible to change this?
Well, there's this:

http://www.unicom.com/pw/reply-to-harmful.html

I am not sure which side to take on this, I figure we currently just
use whatever is the default on fdo mailing lists...

Lennart
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Reindl Harald
2017-12-19 12:50:22 UTC
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Post by Cecil Westerhof
With most mailing-lists when replying with GMail a reply is default send to
the mailing-list, but with this mailing-list it is default send to the
sender. Would it be possible to change this?
http://www.unicom.com/pw/reply-to-harmful.html
I am not sure which side to take on this, I figure we currently just
use whatever is the default on fdo mailing lists...
it's all fine with the list

gmail as well Lennarts mail client seem to be crap otherwise you
wouldn't use reply-all or reply to the sender because there is a header
"List-Post: <mailto:systemd-***@lists.freedesktop.org>" and so there
hould be a reply-list button or better the default behavior until click
on "reply all" send the answer back to that adress
Michael Chapman
2017-12-19 11:43:18 UTC
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Post by Cecil Westerhof
With most mailing-lists when replying with GMail a reply is default send to
the mailing-list, but with this mailing-list it is default send to the
sender. Would it be possible to change this?
Just use the "Reply all" functionality of your email client. I would be
surprised if Gmail couldn't do this.

Recipients can elect to deduplicate the mail either on their local mail
system or on the list server itself (by setting the "Avoid duplicate
copies of messages?" option in their list preferences).

Mailman-based lists default to keeping the sender's From and Reply-to
headers intact. Some of the reasons are described at:

http://www.unicom.com/pw/reply-to-harmful.html

It's not mentioned there, but one thing I find nice about lists
implementing this policy is that in many cases it allows me to post to the
list, and get replies, without needing to be subscribed. This is handy for
those times when you only have a one-off question.
Lennart Poettering
2017-12-19 12:00:33 UTC
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It's not mentioned there, but one thing I find nice about lists implementing
this policy is that in many cases it allows me to post to the list, and get
replies, without needing to be subscribed. This is handy for those times
when you only have a one-off question.
Well, to reduce spam a bit we do not allow non-members to post to this ML.

Lennart
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Reindl Harald
2017-12-19 12:52:57 UTC
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Post by Cecil Westerhof
With most mailing-lists when replying with GMail a reply is default send to
the mailing-list, but with this mailing-list it is default send to the
sender. Would it be possible to change this?
Just use the "Reply all" functionality of your email client. I would be
surprised if Gmail couldn't do this.
Recipients can elect to deduplicate the mail either on their local mail
system or on the list server itself (by setting the "Avoid duplicate
copies of messages?" option in their list preferences)
NO DAMNED
remove the personal copy target after press reply all

to fflist-copy typically is faster and then the later arriving is the
killed duplicate - congratultions, the offlist copy has no list headers,
no reply-list support in the client because of that and threading get
completly messed up

but hey, why should anybody use a 25 years old technology like email
proper when we have facebook and whatsapp....

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